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"It Is Fine 
and Dandy 
Altogether" 



Edwin L. Kennedy, a trustee 
of Hampden-Sydney College, 
is named the 1985 National 
Volunteer of the Year by the 
Council for the Advancement 
and Support of Education 



Edwin L Kennedy (right) accepts the National 
Volunteer oj the Year Award from CASE. 



"A friend of mine, a Chippewa 
Indian in Canada, when he wishes 
strongly to express pleasure and 
approbation, uses a unique phrase: 
'It is fine and dandy altogether'," 
reminisced trustee Edwin L. 
Kennedy, after accepting the 1985 
CASE National Volunteer of the 
Year award. "My friend's expres- 
sion understates my deep feeling of 
appreciation for the gracious words 
I have heard tonight." 

Dr. James L. Fisher, president of 
CASE, had praised Kennedy for his 
contributions as trustee, friend, and 
benefactor of higher education. 
"Edwin Kennedy has lived an 
ideal," Fisher said. "He has seen life 
not simply as a possession to own 
and enjoy, but as a trust to be used. 
The unspoken assumption of his 
life is the conviction that from him 
to whom much is given, much is 
expected. And so it has been." 

Kennedy, who during a lifetime 
of philanthropy has been a trustee 
for five institutions — Ohio Univer- 
sity, Ohio Northern University, 
Hiram College, Juniata College, and 
Hampden-Sydney — pointed out 
that his interest in the support of 
education was shared by his late 
wife Ruth. "Ed and Ruth 
Kennedy," James Fisher explained, 
"built buildings on several cam- 
puses, established a nature preserve, 
gathered and dedicated to a univer- 
sity museum a remarkable collec- 
tion of Navajo Indian art, endowed 
lectureships, supported distin- 
guished professors and faculty 
research, and gave scholarships for 
students." 

It was scholarships, in fact, that 
first sparked Kennedy's interest in 
philanthropy: "In my junior year at 
Ohio I was about to leave because I 
had no money to continue," he 
recalls; "but through my church I 
received a $50 loan from the 
Teachout Foundation [which] 
enabled me to graduate without 
interruption. I promised then that, 



if I was ever able to do so, I would 
pass on to others the priceless help 
given me by that Cleveland family." 
His opportunity came with a 
scholarship drive at Ohio, and he 
hasn't looked back since. 

Over the years, he says, he has 
evolved a philosophy about giving: 
"I have learned that the noblest 
charity of all is to prevent a man or 
woman from having to accept 
charity and that the only things we 
really own in this life are those we 
intelligently give away." 

Kennedy "decided early" that he 
would support education during his 
lifetime rather than through 
deferred giving, because he can then 
decide for himself which needs to 
address, can give when the need is 
greatest, and can monitor the 
return on his investment. "Edwin 
Kennedy is the fiscal conscience of 
our Board," said President Bunting, 
praising Kennedy for his active 
involvement in the College; "he 
gives advice only when we need it, 
and he is always right." Bunting 
also praised Kennedy for believing 
"with a steely, quiet passion that 
education is our last, best hope, and 
that his service on the boards of 
educational institutions is his best 
means of making that hope live." 

"Volunteerism lies at the heart of 
our way of life," Kennedy 
concluded, because Americans feel a 
duty to repay their debt to society. 
"We who are enjoying rewarding 
lives from the bounties of our 
democratic society and of our 
venture capital system must 
support education and must 
demand excellence from it. Helping 
education yields a sense of self- 
fulfillment that all of us want — a 
means of identifying ourselves with 
a larger purpose of service to 
others." 



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"We Do 

The Real 
Thing" 



Strong programs and genuine 
student research attract 
national grants for the Col- 
lege's science departments 



Senior John Done/son (left), with George 
Becknell '86, is helping physics professor 
Thomas Joyner (below) with his NASA 
research, designed to increase the radiation 
resistance of silicon power devices. 




"Would you choose an English 
literature course in which you read 
only Monarch notes, or would you 
choose one in which you read Mac- 
beth itself?" asks William Porter- 
field, chemistry professor at 
Hampden-Sydney. "That's similar 
to the choice facing science stu- 
dents," he explains; "many students 
think they must go to big universi- 
ties to gain access to the latest 
equipment, but they quickly dis- 
cover that 
undergraduates 
at such places 
get stuck with 
the Monarch 
notes' — watch- 
ing and read- 
ing about what 
others, such as 
professors and 
graduate stu- 
dents, are 
doing with the 
equipment. 

"Here we not 
only have up-to- 
date instru- 
ments repre- 
sentative of the 
kinds of 
research being 
done on the 
frontier of 

chemistry, but we also make those 
instruments available to all under- 
graduates to use for real exploratory 
science, not for predetermined 
experiments," Porterfield said. 

The personal attention given 
students at Hampden-Sydney pays 
off, Porterfield explains. Over 809? 
of our students majoring in chemis- 
try go on to graduate or professional 
school, principally in medicine, and 
the biology and physics 
departments boast strong post- 
graduate study statistics as well; at 
one time the physics department 
was ranked first in the nation in its 
percentage of graduates who went 
on to obtain the Ph.D. 



"The best thing about 

my NASA grant 

is the benefit 

it is bringing 

our students 

— they are 

gaining invaluable 

experience with 

real research. " 

DR. W. THOMAS JOYNER '51 

Professor of Physics 



The success of the graduates 
reaps benefits for the departments: 
all three have received significant 
grants from NASA, the National 
Science Foundation, and the Camille 
and Henry Dreyfus Foundation. 
And the cycle continues, as the 
grants finance new equipment and 
new faculty research that in turn 
directly involves students. 

"The best thing about my NASA 
grant is the benefit it is bringing 

our students — 
they are gaining 
some invaluable 
experience with 
real research," 
said physics 
professor Tho- 
mas Joyner, 
who has won 
two $30,000 
research grants 
from NASA for 
work on silicon 
power devices 
that could 
prove critical 
to future 
nuclear- 
powered space 
laboratories. 
The grants pro- 
vided funds for 
two student 
assistants, seniors George Becknell 
and John Donelson, who are cur- 
rently helping Joyner with research. 

The power devices have the 
advantage of being both small and 
radiation-resistant, so they are 
compatible with nuclear reactors. 
But their resistance must be 
increased dramatically, and that's 
the challenge facing Joyner and his 
student helpers. 

"It's rare for an undergraduate 
school to win such a grant," Joyner 
said. "But we have a number of 
instruments not ordinarily found at 
small liberal arts colleges, allowing 
much of the research to be done on 
campus." The device Joyner is 



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Put Anonick '86 puts a rample cell in the 
College's new UV-visible spectrometer. 
Chemistry professor Herb Sipe consults. 




working on could revolutionize 
high-temperature, high-radiation 
electronics. 

While Joyner is working on 
space equipment for the next 
century, biology professor Wil- 
liam Shear, a world-renowed 
expert on spiders, is studying 
centipede fossils from an esti- 
mated 380 million years ago. 
Found near Gilboa, New York, 
the fossils are among the oldest 
land animals ever discovered. 

Two years ago the National 
Science Foundation provided 
$105,000 and the Jeffress Mem- 
orial Trust of Richmond provided 
$40,000 so that Shear and two 
other scientists could obtain the fos- 
sils and study them in detail, and 
the National Science Foundation 
has just provided another $81,000 
to keep the project going. The 
grants were made to Hampden- 
Sydney, although part of the money 
is being spent by Shear's collabora- 
tors, Dr. James D. Grierson and Dr. 
Patricia Bonamo of the State Uni- 
versity of New York at 






"I have friends at William 

& Mary and at UVa who 

have very little access to the 

instruments I work with 

every day here at 

Hampden-Sydney. 

They do lab experiments; 

I do real research with 

real tools. " 

PAT ANONICK '86 

Chemistry 



Binghamton. 

Shear's project took on an inter- 
national note this summer when 
Dr. Ian Rolfe of the University of 
Glasgow, Scotland, and Dr. Paul 
Selden of the University of Man- 
chester, England, visited for five 
weeks to help Shear piece together 
some of the fossils and make more 
accurate assessments of their ages. 

As esoteric as the project may 
sound, Shear finds the work enhan- 
ces his teaching a great deal: "It 



never fails to surprise me — some 
aspect of my research comes into 
my teaching once a week or 
more, even in my general 
courses,", he said. 

"There's nothing drier than 
reciting facts from a textbook," 
he added. "If a science teacher is 
working and contributing new 
knowledge to his field, even 
though he doesn't directly teach 
his research, his students will 
learn what real science is. His 
attitude has a great role to play." 
"Real science" is certainly the 
goal of Hampden-Sydney's chem- 
istry department, whose motto is: 
"Our students do chemistry as it's 
done by chemists today." The 
department has an unusual labora- 
tory program, integrated through 
all four years, that helps students 
apply genuine chemical research to 
real chemical problems. Each stu- 
dent's projects are uniquely his 
own. 

Two recent grants from the 
National Science Foundation and 
one from the prestigious Dreyfus 






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Foundation of New York attest to 
the successful efforts of the chemis- 
try department. A year ago Dreyfus 
provided $25,000 toward a 
microcomputer-controlled 
ultraviolet-visible spectrophotome- 
ter, and the NSF funded $14,500 
worth of microcomputer and other 
attachments for the department's 
ENDOR spectrometer: and last 
spring the NSF, as part of its Col- 
lege Science Instruction Program, 
awarded $41,800 toward a Fourier 
transform infrared spectrometer 
system — well above the $25,000 
average grant awarded other win- 
ning colleges in the same program. 

The new equipment put 
Hampden-Sydney in the forefront 
of liberal arts colleges, since less 
than 5 % of such institutions across 
the country have the array of 
equipment now in use by all chem- 



istry students at the College. 

"Even freshmen with no inten- 
tion of majoring in chemistry can 
do sophisticated things with sophis- 
ticated instruments," said professor 
Herbert Sipe, Jr. "The instruments 
do away with busy work, allowing 
students more time to think about 
what the results mean, to solve 
actual problems," he added. 

As an example, Sipe pointed to 
the infrared spectrometer to be 
acquired with the latest NSF grant. 
When a student wants to identify 
an unknown compound, the spectro- 
meter's computer searches a library 
of 10,000 possible spectra in 45 
seconds to find the three or four 
most likely suspect compounds. 
Traditionally, students have had to 
search the spectrum library by pag- 
ing, through books by hand — mere 
hack work before the real chemistry 



can begin. 

Pat Anonick '86, who is major- 
ing in chemistry and planning a 
career in medical research, believes 
strongly in having students do 
"real" research, as he has done at 
Hampden-Sydney. "Though it's rare 
for a small college to have the 
equipment we have, I know of 
another small college which has 
gotten some of the same instru- 
ments; but they have already estab- 
lished a 'hands-off policy for stu- 
dents," he said. "My friends at 
bigger colleges never get to use 
such equipment either," he added. 
"It's reserved for grad students and 
a very few top undergraduates. 

"At Hampden-Sydney, however, 
students don't just get to use the 
equipment; they are required to use 
it," Anonick stressed. "And that's 
what science is all about." 




Will Bettendorf '86 examines 
centipede fossils, among the 
oldest land animals ever disco 
vered, for Professor William 
Shear, whose research on 
these fossils has attracted 
$226,000 in support grants. 



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Homecoming 1985: 

Handshakes, 
New Sights, 
And a Few 
Tears, Too 



Medals, reunions, celebrations, 
tributes to old faithfuls, and (of 
course) the football game 



At the reunion of the Class of 1980. Dr. 
and Mrs. Robert G Rogers talk with Jim 
and Cheryl Alexander; Jim Al was 
(surprise!) the overall winner of the 
Alumni 10.000-Meter Run 



On October 19 Hampden-Sydney 
enjoyed one of its busiest Home- 
comings ever. With five class 
reunions — the 5th, 10th, 25th, 30th, 
and 40th — and with several awards 
given during the Alumni Associa- 
tion meeting, the day turned out 
well in spite of a tough loss to 
Washington & Lee. 

On hand to cheer for the Tigers 
was Lisa Birnbach, authoress of the 
Preppy Handbook and a college 
guide that names Hampden-Sydney 
the preppiest college in America. 
She has been described by President 
Bunting as "that subtle scholar of 
watchbands and J. Press collars." 
She assisted Bunting in crowning 
the Homecoming queen during 
halftime ceremonies. 

Popular novelist William Hoff- 
man '49 was also on hand to auto- 
graph his latest novel, God/ires. 
The College bookstore, which held 
the autograph party, says that Hoff- 
man's novels are best sellers in the 
Hampden-Sydney author section. 

Two events that have become 

At the reunion of the class of 1960, Henry 
Spalding announced that the goal for the 
Class Gift is $300,000; over 5200,000 is 
already committed. 




traditional Homecoming fare also 
had good turnouts. The 7th annual 
Homecoming challenge tennis 
match pitted the class of I960 
against the class of 1959 (with the 
class of I960 winning), and the 8th 
annual Homecoming 10,000-meter 
run (6.2 miles) featured 26 runners. 

Inaugural Madison Awards to 
Fuqua and Fleet 

Richmond businessman and com- 
munity leader S. Douglas Fleet and 
well-known entrepreneur J. B. 
Fuqua, a native of Prince Edward 
County, were presented James Mad- 
ison Awards for service rendered to 
Hampden-Sydney, during the Col- 
lege's Homecoming ceremonies 
Saturday. 

One of the most prestigious 
awards given by Hampden-Sydney, 
the Madison awards honor non- 
alumni who have given "tirelessly 
and generously to nurture 
Hampden-Sydney and to assure the 
fulfillment of its high calling." Madi- 
son was a founding trustee of the 
College. 

Fleet chaired the College's Board 
of Trustees from 1972 to 1980, and 
he now co-chairs the $25.5-million 
fundraising Campaign publicly 

launched in January. Fuqua, trustee 
of the College, helped make 
possible both the John Brooks 
Fuqua Computer Center and the 
Fuqua International Communica- 
tions center of the College. 

"No one will ever be able to 
measure the contributions these 
men have made to Hampden- 
Sydney," said College president 
Josiah Bunting III. "They certainly 
walk in the tradition of James Madi- 
son, spending their lives in service 
to others." 

Majors Donors Recognized 

Bunting also recognized recent 
major donors to the Campaign for 
Hampden-Sydney. James L. Trinkle 
'50, president of C. W. Francis & 
Son in Roanoke, (continued on p.10) 



James L. Trinkle '50 unveils a 
portrait of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. 
Atkinson, by Cliff Sorab '82, at 
the centennial celebration of 
lota of Pi Kappa Alpha. 






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Virginia Anne Fulton and her 
children. }. and Lucy Carter, 
stand with Board Chairman 

Syd Settle and President 

Bunting as the football field is 

named in honor of Coach ]. 

Stokeley Fulton '55. 



Les Andrews 36 receives the 
Alumni Citation from Alumni 
Association president Leigh 
Fultz '60. 



mm- 



Artist Louis Brtel '66 and Roberta Crawley stand beside the portrait of Dr. T. 
Fdward Crawley '41 unveiled at the Alumni Association Meeting 







The reunion of the class of 1950 (left) in the 
Forum and the tennis match (above) for the 
Graves Thompson Challenge Cup, won this 
year by the class of 1960. 



(continued from p. 8) and his family 
gave Si 00,000 to endow a professor- 
ship; Irvin Horner gave in excess of 
$40,000 to build baseball dugouts; 
and C&P Telephone gave $70,000, 
bringing their total Campaign con- 
tributions to $150,000. 

Alumni Citation to Les Andrews 36 

Lester E. Andrews '36, president 
of Andrews, Large & Whidden, Inc., 
of Farmville, was also honored 
during the Homecoming 
ceremonies. He received the annual 
Alumni Citation for outstanding 
support of various College programs 
and for "steady demonstration of the 
excellence which characterizes 
Hampden-Sydney . 

Andrews serves on the 
Corporations and Foundations 
Committee of the Campaign for 
Hampden-Sydney, making 
numerous calls on individuals, 
corporations, and foundations. He is 
also on the President's Council, a 
group of 35 Farmville community 
leaders who advise the College on its 
relations with Farmville and with 
neighboring counties. 

Crawley, Atkinson Portraits Given 

At Homecoming a beautiful 
portrait of Ned Crawley '41 was 
unveiled by his wife Bert and 
Professor Brinkley. The portrait was 

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done by Louis Briel '66; much of the 
funding and initiative for the 
portrait of this important alumnus 
and teacher was provided by the 
brothers of the Kappa Alpha Order. 

In addition, the brothers of the 
PiKA fraternity unveiled a portrait 
of Mr. and Mrs. P. T Atkinson at a 
well-attended ceremony at the 
fraternity following the game at 
Homecoming. This portrait was 
painted by Cliff Sorah '83 and was 
primarily made possible by James L 
Trinkle '50 and others. 

Class of 1960 Pledges $300,000 

Over the summer, we set a large 
but quite reasonable goal for the 
reunion gift of the class of I960 — 
$300,000 committed by June 30, 
1986," Henry Spaldingjr. '60, 
chairman of the class reunion 
giving committee, told his 
classmates during their 25th 
reunion. "And since one member of 
our class has committed $150,000 
to establish an endowed scholarship 
fund and another has just 
committed $50,000 (on top of his 
earlier gift to the campaign) to 
create an endowed professorship in 
memory of his father, we have only 
$100,000 to raise in capital 
commitments by June 30." 

He explained that this class 
gift will kick off a new tradition for 



reunion classes. "The Alumni 
Council has embarked on an 
aggressive program to encourage 
greater commitment by reunion 
classes. Our 25th reunion gift will 
set the standard by which all classes 
in the future will define their goals 
and evaluate their performance." 

Football Field Named for Fulton 

"Today Hampden-Sydney pays 
honor to one of her greatest sons," 
said President Josiah Bunting III at 
Homecoming. "Coach Stokeley Ful- 
ton was the most popular, most suc- 
cessful, and longest-serving coach in 
Hampden-Sydney's history. 

"Before you is Coach Fulton's 
laboratory and classroom, his 
seminar hall and his study," 
Bunting said. "It is only fitting that 
this football field bear his name." 

Fulton Field was officially dedi- 
cated on October 19, at 1:15 p.m., 
just before Hampden-Sydney's 
game with Washington & Lee. 
Bunting first announced during 
Commencement ceremonies May 5 
that the field would be named in 
Fulton's honor. 

As head football coach for the 
College from I960 through 1985, 
Fulton compiled a 143-99-5 record, 
placing him eighth among 197 
active Division III coaches. He had 
nine conference championships and 
three bowl appearances. 

The dedication ceremony 
included some unprecedented 
honors given in Fulton's memory. 
His jersey, number 51,worn in 1955 
when he was All-America, was 
retired and presented to his wife, 
Virginia Anne Fulton. His children, 
J. Fulton and Lucy Carter Fulton, 
were also present. 

Also on hand for the ceremony 
was Irvin Horner, a friend of Ful- 
ton's who donated new dugouts for 
the baseball field in honor of Ful- 
ton's years as head baseball coach. 
Mike Wrege 73 has made a gift of 
labor and materials toward the 
dugouts as well. 



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On the Hill: 
News from 
the College 



"Who's Who," Patrick Henry's 
big birthday. Zip codes, and 
Hampuden-Shidonii Daigaku 
sets the tone in Japan 



Maurice Jones '86 




Brad Anngton '86 Patrick Anomck '86 




James Young '86 Banks Scud/ 87 




Konner Honored at 
Fall Convocation 

"We expect from you," Dr. Melvin 
Konner, chairman of the anthro- 
pology department at Emory Uni- 
versity, challenged students at 
Hampden-Sydney's Fall Convoca- 
tion on November 8, 1985, where 
he was awarded an honorary doctor 
of science degree, and eight stu- 
dents were honored for leadership 
and academic excellence, "an un- 
imaginably complex feat of human 
engineering that can save the spe- 
cies, perhaps life itself, from utter 
extinction.'' 

President Bunting presented the 
Samuel S. Jones Undergraduate Phi 
Beta Kappa Award, which is given 
annually to the two juniors with the 
highest cumulative grade point 
averages, in recognition of their 
intellectual achievement and good 
citizenship at the College, to Robert 
K. Citrone '87 and Charles P. 
Chalmers '87. 

John H. Kellam received the 
Omicron Delta Kappa Scholarship, 
for exhibiting outstanding leader- 
ship and academic achievement dur- 
ing his freshman year. 

The President's Awards, given 
each year to five students who 
exemplify what is best about 
Hampden-Sydney, were presented 
to Maurice A.Jones '86 (Overall 
Academic Excellence), Brad Aring- 
ton '86 (Academic Excellence in the 
Humanities), Patrick K. Anonick 
'86 (Academic Excellence in the 
Natural Sciences), James Young '86 
(Academic Excellence in the Social 
Sciences), and to Banks Sewell '87 
(Excellence of Scholarship and 
Character). 

Dr. Melvin Konner, who partici- 
pated in the College's "Roots of 
Genocide" Conference last year, was 
hooded and awarded a Doctor of 
Science degree by President Bunting 
and Dean of the Faculty Dr. Owen 
Norment. 



Konner, whose book, The 
Tangled Wing, is regarded as the 
definitive work on the psychological 
factors behind the Holocaust, 
encouraged students to strike a firm 
moral stance as "human animals" 
and set out to try to save the world, 
their enthusiasm for the task fired 
by the ambiguity of life and the 
tension between the three mutually- 
contradictory scholastic traditions to 
which they are heirs, and secure in 
the fact that as "odd collections of 
molecules, improbably poised 
against the randomness of the 
world, defying the second law of 
thermodynamics every day," they 
have at least as good a chance of 
"behaving not only decently but 
generously toward each other" as 
the "world's most primitive 
societies." 

Take courage," Konner con- 
cluded, "renounce bitterness, try to 
have a good time, don't lose your 
sense of humor, and for goodness' 
sake don't be ashamed to try to 
save the world. There is no job 
more challenging, more crucial, or 
more fun." 

Editor's note: Copies of Dr. 
Konner 's address are available from 
the Office of the President. 



Dr. and Mrs. Konner uitb Chairman Settle and 
President Bunting. 




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Family Practice 
Controversy Discussed 

"My goal in medicine is a truly gen- 
eral practice," said Ann Dorney, 
MD , to The New Yorker last year. 
As part of the revolutionary "family 
practice movement" sweeping the 
nation, Dorney spoke on "Trends in 
U.S. Health Care — the Role of Fam- 
ily Medicine" at the College in 
October. 

The "family practice movement" 
emerged in the mid-sixties as an 
alternative to increasingly special- 
ized medicine. "Its aim was to give 
refreshed importance to general- 
ism," to counter "the dehumaniza- 
tion of medicine," notes The New 
Yorker. Dorney does some of just 
about everything — from delivering 
babies to treating Alzheimer's 
disease — in her practice in rural 
Maine, the Skowhegan Family 
Practice. 

Many medical specialists think 
the new family practice movement 
is only a fad, however, and some 
think it's downright dangerous. 
Obstetricians, for example, some- 
times complain that generalists 
don't have sufficient expertise to 
deal with all the problems that can 
arise during delivery. Yet other spe- 
cialists applaud the movement, cal- 
ling it "the most inspired medical 
movement to develop over the past 
fifteen years." Dorney discussed the 
controversy and its implications for 
the future in her lecture. 

Dorney teaches at the Main- 
Dartmouth Family Practice Resid- 
ency in Augusta, Maine, where she 
served her own residency following 
her training at the medical school of 
George Washington University and 
at Earlham College in Indiana. The 
Augusta center is one of the nation's 
most competitive and prestigious 
training grounds for the new breed 
of family practitioners. 

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Nineteen Students 
Named to 'Who's Who" 

The 1986 edition of Who's Who 
Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges will include 
the names of 19 students from 
Hampden-Sydney who have been 
selected as national outstanding 
campus leaders, chosen on the basis 
of their academic achievement, ser- 
vice to the community, leadership 
in extracurricular activities, and 
promise for continued success. 

Students named this year from 
Hampden-Sydney are: 

• Patrick Kevin Anonick, a senior 
from Midlothian, majoring in 
chemistry. Anonick is the president 
of both the Catholic Student Organ- 
ization and Alpha Chi Sigma. 
Anonick was last year's recipient of 
the Samuel S. Jones Phi Beta 
Kappa Award. 

• Steven Brad Arington, a senior 
from Glade Spring, majoring in 
classical studies. An accomplished 
pianist, Arington has held several 
recitals at the College. He is a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
and Phi Beta Kappa. 

• K. Drew Baker, a senior from 
Vienna, majoring in biology and 
French. An Allan Merit Scholar, 
Baker currently works as an infir- 
mary assistant and teaches chemis- 
try at Prince Edward Academy. 
Baker also serves as a member of 
the College's Student Admissions 
Committee. 

• William Rhea Bettendorf, a 
senior from Germantown, Tennes- 
see, majoring in Spanish and biol- 
ogy. Bettendorf serves on the Stu- 
dent Admissions Committee and is a 
member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
He is president of Phi Sigma Iota 
foreign language honor fraternity 
and a resident advisor. 

• David Christopher Brown, a jun- 
ior from Raleigh, North Carolina, 
majoring in history. Brown is editor 



of the Tiger and a resident advisor. 
In addition, Brown is a member of 
the Student Admissions Committee 
and the Committee to Oversee the 
Renovation of Venable Hall. He is 
a member of Phi Gamma Delta. 

• John Robert McGhee is a senior 
from Bluefield, West Virginia, 
majoring in English. McGhee is the 
secretary-treasurer of Hampden- 
Sydney's SGA and has been the 
captain of the water polo team for 
the past two years. McGhee is a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
and Phi Gamma Delta. 

• John Wellington Pollock is a jun- 
ior from Norfolk, majoring 

in English. He is the editor of the 
1986 Garnet and the 1985 Kaleido- 
scope. Pollock is also the author of 
the Tiger's "Rib Sidney" comic strip 
and is a member of the Student 
Affairs Committee and Alpha Chi 
Sigma. 

• Benjamin Edwin Robinson, a 
senior from Jacksonville, North 
Carolina, majoring in political 
science, received the Outstanding 
Young American Award and has 
been the president of the Outsiders 
Club for the past two years. Robin- 
son is president of Phi Gamma 
Delta. 

• Steven Michael Sharp is a senior 
from Galax, majoring in chemistry. 
Sharp is a captain of the Hampden- 
Sydney football team and a member 
of Alpha Chi Sigma. 

• Thomas Stark IV is a senior from 
Amelia, majoring in French. Stark 
has served as a resident advisor and 
is president of Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Bruce Darren Burns, a senior 
from Severna Park, Maryland, 
majoring in English, is a merit 
scholar and a member of the Chi 
Phi fraternity. This year Burns will 
serve as captain of the lacrosse 
team. 

• James William Curry, a senior 
from Richmond, majoring in his- 
tory, is the president of Kappa 
Sigma and president of the Inter- 



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Fraternity Council. 

• Warren Paul Dumford, a senior 
from Buena Vista, majoring in eco- 
nomics, sits on the Honor Court, 
RA interview committee, the 
Venable renovation committee, and 
the Food Services committee. Dum- 
ford also served as an RA for two 
years and is a member of Phi 
Gamma Delta. 

• Charles Anthony Fincher, a 
senior from Rapidan, is president 
of Circle K. 

• Bret Shawn Grieves, a senior 
from Virginia Beach, is a resident 
advisor, chairman of the College 



Activities Committee, and a 
member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Gary Loren Kessler, a senior 
from Richmond, majoring in 
humanities and Spanish, presides 
over the Student Senate, is an 
Honor Court investigator, and is a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa 
and Phi Sigma Iota. 

Robert Edward Lee V, a senior 
from McLean, majoring in history, 
sits on the Honor Court and has 
served as a member of the Student 
Senate. Lee is president of Kappa 
Alpha. 

• Ashley Bridges Marable is a 



senior from Virginia Beach, major- 
ing in French and economics. He 
sits on the Honor Court and is the 
Senior Liaison to President Bunt- 
ing. Marable is a member of the 
baseball team and of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 

• Timothy Edward McCanna is a 
senior from Lynchburg, Virginia, 
majoring in history, who currently 
presides over the Student Honor 
Court as chairman. McCanna is 
secretary-treasurer of the rugby 
team and social chairman of Kappa 
Alpha. 



Czechoslovakia!! poet Jaroslav Seifert {left), the 1984 Nobel laureate in Literature, was awarded an honorary degree by Hampden-Sydney in 
May: since Seifert was unable to attend the ceremony, his diploma, hood, and a congratulatory letter from President Bunting were delivered 
to Seifert in Prague by American poet Galway Kitmell Iright). 

The College held a Literary Retrospective on October 3 to honor Seifert and the publication of the first English translation of Eight 
Days, a work long banned by the Czechoslovakian government. Hampden-Sydney professors Paul Jagasich and Tom O'Grady, the 
translators, said, "It was the nork he most u anted to see translated." 




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$250,000 



Alumni Telethons Set 
New Records, Again 

The 1985-86 Annual Fund is off to 
a strong start. The Fund, which 
accounts for roughly 10% of the 
College's operating budget, relies 
heavily on alumni telethons. Each 
year the telethons set new records, 
and this year is no exception. The 
results have been excellent. 
Brian Thomas '83, Director of 
Annual Giving, is pleased with the 
number of alumni who have partic- 
ipated. He stated, "More and more 
alumni are becoming involved with 
our fund raising efforts and this has 
had a tremendous effect on the 
Annual Fund." 

This year's telethoning was 
kicked off in Richmond around 
mid-September by the Founders 
Committee. This was the first time 
a Founders Telethon was held in 
the fall. Its purpose was to secure 
pledges from current members of 
the prestigious Society of Founders 
before the general alumni telethons. 
Under the leadership of Bill Shum- 
adine '66 and Joe Viar '63, co- 
chairmen of the Founders Commit- 
tee, fourteen members of the 
Society of Founders raised over 
$67,000 in one night. This was just 
the beginning. 

The Annual Richmond Alumni 
Telethon put the Annual Fund in 
high gear. During eight nights vol- 



$225,000 
$200,000 
$175,000 
$150,000 
$125,000 
$100,000 
$ 75,000 
$ 50,000 
$ 25,000 



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Alumni Telethon Results 1984-85 



1985-86 



unteer callers raised over $250,000. 
The telethon, held at the Com- 
monwealth Club, has become a finely 
tuned machine. Having just com- 
pleted its 14th year, this telethon 
has become a major component of 
the Annual Fund. This year 125 
alumni participated. The telethon 
was co-chaired by Joe Blackburn 7 1 
and Don Whitley '59- As usual, 
"Mr. Telethon" himself, John 
Brinkley '59, was in command. Pro- 




fessor Brinkley attributes this year's 
great success to a growing aware- 
ness of the Annual Fund and its 
importance to the College — 
especially during the Campaign. 

The momentum of the Rich- 
mond Telethon was carried down 
to Norfolk for the 4th Annual Nor- 
folk Alumni Telethon. Bryan Grin- 
nan '57 once again offered his office 
at Sovran Bank for this event. 
This year, 42 alumni participated 
and raised over $53,000 in three 
nights of calling. Johnny Ellis 70, 
Chairman of this year's Norfolk 
Telethon said, "I am pleased with 
the enthusiasm of our club area and 
hope to make our telethon a four- 
night event next year. 

The D.C. Club held their first fall 
Alumni Telethon in the Alexandria 
Offices of Joe Viar '63. Jamie Pain- 
ter '66, president of the D.C. Club, 
is excited about the inclusion of his 
area in the fall telethoning schedule. 
Fourteen alumni gathered for this 
event and raised almost $28,000 in 
one night. 

The third Annual New York 
Alumni Telethon was held on 
November 19 and concluded the 
fall telethon. Bob Hatcher '51, 
Chairman and CEO of Johnson & 
Higgins, hosted this event in his 
office on Wall Street. Ten alumni 
participated and raised over 
$16,000. 



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The Big Birthday: 
Patrick Henry Hits 250 

A year-long slate of ceremonies, 
symposia, and exhibits is being 
planned to honor Founding Trustee 
Patrick Henry on the occasion of 
his 250th birthday on May 29, 
1986. The effort has brought 
together historians, educators and 
museum directors from across the 
Commonwealth to plan the Patrick 
Henry Birthday Commemoration. 

In June, Governor Charles S. 
Robb created the Patrick Henry 
Memorial Commission "to assure 
that Virginia appropriately com- 
memorates Henry's 250th birthday 
during the year of 1986." The 18- 
member commission is headed by 
Donald B. McCammond of Rich- 
mond, a former Hampden-Sydney 
parent. Also serving on the Com- 
mission are Tazewell Carrington 
of Richmond and J. Sheppard Haw 
III 78, director of special gifts 
at the College. 

Among the scheduled highlights 
are symposia at Hampden-Sydney 
on April 3, the Virginia 
Museum on May 23, and 
Randolph-Macon Woman's College 
on October 17, a special re- 
enactment for school children of 
Patrick Henry's "Liberty or Death" 
speech at St. John' Church; several 
special Patrick Henry exhibitions at 
museums and historical sites across 
the state; tours and festivals, includ- 
ing the Strawberry Hill Races in 
Richmond on April 12, and a 
commemorative ceremony at "Stud- 
ley," the birthplace of Patrick 
Henry on May 24. 

Dr. Keith W. Fitch, associate 
professor of history, Dr. David E. 
Marion, associate professor of polit- 
ical science, and Dr. Roger Barrus, 
assistant professor of political 
science, are working to put together 
the symposium at Hampden- 
Sydney which will honor both 
Patrick Henry and James Madison, 



who served along with Henry on 
the College's first Board of Trus- 
tees. The colloquium, entitled 
"Patrick Henry and James Madison: 
Visions of America's Future," will 
focus on the contributions both 
men made to the founding of the 
American Republic. 

"The opposition between Henry 
and Madison over the adoption of 
the Constitution is well-known," 
explained Dr. Fitch. "Less well 
known is the fact that both of these 
men were members of Hampden- 
Sydney's Board of Trustees, and 
thus for a time were united in a 
joint enterprise. Such ax>peration 
suggests a need to explore more 
fully their respective views on edu- 
cation and religion as well as 
related topics that will provide a 
more complete portrait of the type 
of republican society envisioned by 
these fellow Virginians." 

The idea of a celebration, or 
commemoration, of Patrick Henry's 
250th anniversary traces its roots to 
a June 1983 reunion of Patrick 
Henry's descendants held at Red 
Hill Shrine in Brookneal, where it 
was noted that a Patrick Henry Bi- 
centennial Celebration was held in 
1936 in Hanover County. Officials 
of the Patrick Henry Memorial 
Foundation agreed with the sugges- 
tion that a similar observance 
would be in order for 1986 and 
Foundation Director Patrick Daily 
enlisted the help and support of 
other historical and educational 
institutions to bring the project to 
fruition. 

Malcolm Forbes 
Commencement Speaker 

Malcom Forbes, Sr., editor, chair- 
man, and chief executive officer of 
Forbes Magazine, will be the 
speaker at Commencement on May 
11, 1986. Forbes is also well known as 
a balloonist, motorcyclist, and collector. 



Fall Lectures Touch on 
Just About Everything 

From Colonial Virginia to nKxlern 
China, from sports competition to 
Star Wars, the lectures this fall had 
to appeal to just about everyone of 
the College's record number of 
students. 

In September Dr. Jean Kilbourne, 
a media analyst, brought to 
Hampden-Sydney the same sober- 
ing message she has taken to over 
250 other colleges throughout 45 
states: alcohol advertising affects 
people, especially young people, a lot 
more than they realize. Her slide 
show, "Under the Influence: The 
Pushing of Alcohol Via Advertis- 
ing," was full of examples that left 
no one in doubt about the subversive 
tactics of some advertisers. 

"Alcohol is shown as a sort of 
magic potion that will transform 
you and make you rich and success- 
ful and sexy and creative and 
athletic," she said. "But the truth is 
that, except in moderate doses, alco- 
hol diminishes and destroys those 
qualities." Kilbourne has been inter- 
viewed by Time, The Village Voice, 
"The Today Show," and "Hour 
Magazine," among other national 
media. 

"A lot of Americans think they're 
completely uninfluenced by advertis- 
ing," Kilbourne has said, "but adver- 
tisers are not spending $85 billion a 
year to have no effect." 

Another product with a big price 
tag — this one paid by the 
government — may well have a big 
effect too, but not the effect intended 
by the product's sponsors, claims Dr. 
Robert Bowman, president of the 
Institute for Space and Security Stu- 
dies. He also brought a slide show to 
campus — "Star Wars and National 
Security" — to demonstrate what he 
believes will be the effect of Presi- 
dent Reagan's "Star Wars" pro- 
gram: it may trigger an arms race in 
space and lead to nuclear war. 

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A former director of Advanced 
Space Programs Development for 
what is now the Air Force Space 
Division, Bowman was responsible 
for the "Star Wars" programs until 
his retirement in 1978. He then 
served as manager for advanced 
space programs at General Dynam- 
ics and later as vice president of 
Space Communications Company. 
His institute, an independent, non- 
profit organization, conducts 
research into proposals for space 
weapons. It has gathered much 
attention from the national media, 
including the ABC World News 
Tonight, CBS Nightwatch, Time, 
the New York Times, and the 
Congressional Record. 

In October, Brian Grogan 73 
brought things back to earth with a 
photography exhibit in the new Col- 
lege Forum. He gave a talk on his 
photography and on various pictures 
in the exhibit, many of which were 
taken during his trip to Normandy. 
A freelance photographer from 
Yosemite National Park, Grogan 
has published several articles on 
photography, and he has taught the 
aesthetics, history, and techniques of 
photography both in college classes 
and in workshop training sessions. 
He has also organized photographic 
exhibitions in Switzerland, France, 
and Great Britain. 

Of special interest to the numer- 
ous students majoring in economics 
was Laurence Moss's lecture, "The 
Magic of the Market: Is Modern 
China an Illusion?" in which Moss 
investigated China's apparent move 
toward free enterprise. 

A professor of economics at Bab- 
son College in Massachusetts, Moss 
was recently featured on NBC's 
Today Show for his unusual teach- 
ing methods. He was brought to 
campus by the James River Corpo- 
ration Lectureship, established by 
the corporation in 1983 to help stu- 
dents deal effectively with today's 
economics. 

"The most important knowledge 

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about markets and their operations 
doesn't come from computers but 
from the sound judgment of indi- 
viduals," Moss has said. 

The Reverend Will Campbell, a 
popular writer and national spo- 
kesman on civil rights issues, came 
to Hampden-Sydney in November 
to speak on "Living the Christian 
Faith in a Secular World." A gradu- 
ate of the University of Mississippi 
and Yale Divinity School, Campbell 
is the founder of Southern Church- 
men, an interdenominational organ- 
ization based in Nashville, Tennes- 
see. His reputation as a civil rights 
activist has put him in great demand 
as a speaker. He consistently cham- 
pions social underdogs, fighting 
what he considers unjust practices 
such as capital punishment. He is 
the author of Brother to a Dragon- 
fly, a bestseller. 

One of the more popular speak- 
ers of the semester was Peter Daw- 
kins, a trustee of the College and 
senior executive vice president of 
Shearson Lehman / American 
Express. Active in athletics 
throughout his career, he spoke on 
"Sports in America." 

In 1983 Dawkins retired as Brig- 
adier General after a brilliant career 
in the Army, starting at West Point, 
where he won the Heismann 
Trophy and was twice named an 
All-America running back. His 
assignments took him to Viet Nam, 
where he was decorated for bravery, 
and to Korea, where he com- 
manded an infantry battalion. He 
holds seven military decorations 
and awards. 




Pianist Jean Carrington Cook (shown with her 
husband C. Barrie Cook MD '45) performed at 
the College on November 19. 

Music, Drama Enliven 
Fall Evenings 

Fall programs included several good 
concerts and a unique play about 
Emily Dickinson. 

Internationally acclaimed pianist 
Jerome Rose performed for an 
appreciative audience in September. 
The New York Times has called 
him "a pianist of extremely high 
caliber. His obvious musicality and 
sensitivity are always buttressed 
with a first-rate intellect." 

Rose has 16 recordings to his 
credit, his speciality. He has 
appeared with the Berlin Philhar- 
monic, the London Symphony, the 
Royal Philharmonic, and the Vienna 
Symphony, among others. His 
awards include three Rockefeller 
Foundation grants, a Fulbright study 
in Vienna, and a grand prize at the 
International Busoni Competition. 

It? October the Roxbury Chamber 
Players, composed of members of 
the Richmond Symphony and harp- 
sichordist Paul Hesselink of Long- 
wood, presented a concert of ail- 
American music. The concert 
opened with "As it Fell Upon a 
Day" by Aaron Copland and con- 
tinued with works by Ingolf Dahl, 



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Noyes Bartholomew, Lester Trim- 
ble, and Virginia's own award- 
winning composer Judith Shatin 
Allen. 

Pianist Jean Carrington Cook, 
who has performed with several 
orchestras and in various European 
and far eastern countries, per- 
formed at the College on 
November 19. She had just 
returned from a European concert 
tour, having performed in Edin- 
burgh, Scotland; Cologne and Trier, 
Germany; and Barcelona and Mad- 
rid, Spain. Her program, the same 
one she used with such success on 
the tour, included works by Bach, 
Chopin, Liszt, and John Powell. 

A native of Richmond, Mrs. 
Cook now lives in Fairfax County, 
where she maintains a teaching 
studio for promising students. She is 
married to Dr. C. Barrie Cook '45, 
former president of the Hamdpen- 
Sydney Alumni Association. 

The Randolph-Macon Woman's 
College Glee Club joined the 
Hampden-Sydney Singers and 
Noteables for a choral concert in 
College Church in November. 

Directed by Tamara Fudge, the 
R-MWC Glee Club sang three 
American folk songs and selections 
from Bach, Brahms, Thomas Morley 
and Michael Este. The Noteables, 
directed by James Kidd, sang two 
seventeenth-centry English catches, 
a barbershop arrangement of "Take 
Me Out to the Ball Game," and 
other selections. The Hampden- 
Sydney Singers, also directed by 
James Kidd and accompanied by 
pianist David Diggs, sang a Renais- 
sance motet, a Carnival song, and a 
set of folk songs. 

The Fine Arts Department and 
the Jongleurs of Hampden-Sydney 
College performed The Birthday 
Party, a "menacing comedy" by 
English playwright Harold Pinter, 
in November. 

"Pinter gets inside your head and 
stays there like a song you can't get 
rid of," said director Stephen Coy, 



associate professor of fine arts at 
Hampden-Sydney. "He writes 
nightmares, nightmares which for a 
time look like ordinary life," Coy 
added. 

Set in a seaside town in England, 
the three-act play spans two days in 
the life of character Stanley 
Webber. As Coy describes it, "The 
Birthday Party is Stanley Webber's 
terror-dream of persecution, and his 
crimes are unspeakable not only 
because of their base nature but 
because he does not know what 
they are. He only knows that he is 
guilty." 

In December a one-actress play 
attracted not only a good group of 
students but several townspeople as 
well. Sara Whitcomb portrayed the 
life of Emily Dickinson in The Belle 
of Amherst, a play by William Luce. 
Dickinson's writings and poetry, 
brilliantly interwoven into the play's 
narrative, took on a life of their own 
through Whitcomb's performance. 

Whitcomb graduated magna cum 
laude from Amherst College 
in 1984. An English/ Theartre Arts 
double major, she first performed 
The Belle of Amherst as her thesis 
production in 1983- 



Dr. Edward Darts. Jr. '42 of Richmond (right) 
assembles the antique grandfather clock he 
recently donated to the College, as Brian 
Thomas '83. director of annual giving, looks on. 
Made in 1810 in England by Hutchinson of 
Clithero, the mahogany clock now sits in the 
front hall of Hampden House. 




Three Professorships 
Endowed at College 

The Campaign for Hampden- 
Sydney has recently received gifts or 
pledges for three professorships. 
Income from these gifts will sup- 
plement the salary and benefits of 
distinguished professors. 

In honor of his parents, a 
past Governor and first lady of Vir- 
ginia, College trustee James Trinkle 
'50 and family members have given 
$100,000 to establisn the E. Lee 
Trinkle and Helen Ball Sexton 
Trinkle Distinguished Professor- 
ship. Trinkle, president of C. W. 
Francis & Son in Roanoke, serves as 
chairman of the National Area 
Campaigns Committee for the 
Hampden-Sydney Campaign. 

Trustee vice chairman Henry 
Spalding '60 has pledged $100,000 
to establish, in his father's honor, 
the Dr. Henry Cannon Spalding 
Distinguished Professorship of Pre- 
Medical Sciences. Spalding, executive 
vice president of Scott & Stringfel- 
low, Inc., in Richmond, serves on 
the National Campaign Committee 
for the College. 

The Honorable John A. Field, Jr. 
'32 has designated his earlier com- 
mitment of $45,000 to begin the 
David C Wilson Distinguished Pro- 
fessorship. To complete the profes- 
sorship, $55,000 needs to be raised. 



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Two Students Asked to 
Prestigious Conference 

Over 2,000 students from across the 
nation applied, but only 200 were 
chosen, and two of those came 
from a college of just over 800 
students — Hampden-Sydney. Senior 
Mark Heilshorn and James Young 
were selected to attend the 11th 
annual Business Tomorrow confer- 
ence held in Houston, Texas on 
November 24-26. 

"If two out of 200 is impressive, I 
hardly know what to call two out of 
2,000," President Josiah Bunting III 
told the winners. "You are in select 
company and belong there." 

The students met with 150 top 
executives from some of the nation's 
most prominent corporations. Pre- 
vious conference speakers have 
included Ralph Nader, Gerald Ford, 
Henry Kissinger, Senator William 
Proxmire, and George Will, and 
conference leaders promised 
"an equally provocative group" this 
year. This year's topic was 
"American Innovation in a Chang- 
ing World." 

The conference is sponsored by 
the Foundation for Student Com- 
munication, Inc., a non-profit organ- 
ization run entirely by Princeton 
University students and dedicated to 
promoting communication between 
students and business. The Founda- 
tion also publishes Business Today 
magazine, the nation's largest 
student-run publication. 

"It is the opinion-movers, the 
leaders of campus life who will later 
become the leaders of tomorrow, 
whom we prefer over those whose 
achievements lie only in the area of 
scholarship," said Tracy Stinson, vice 
president of the conference, about 
the selection of participants. She also 
said that future communicators and 
educators are chosen as well as busi- 
ness and economics majors. 

A political science major from 

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Northumberland, Pennsylvania, 
Young writes a political column for 
the Tiger. He has worked as a con- 
gressional intern for Congressman 
George Gekas (R-PA) and as a tele- 
phone fundraiser for the Republican 
National Committee. He is chair- 
man of the platform committee and 
a member of the executive board for 
the College Republicans. 

He has won numerous academic 
honors, including fellowships from 
the General George C Marshall 
Foundation and the National 
Endowment for the Humanities. He 
was a delegate to the 1984 Naval 
Academy Foreign Affairs Confer- 
ence and to the Sixteenth Annual 
Student Symposium, Center for the 
Study of the Presidency. He is a 
member of Pi Sigma Alpha, a 
national political science honorary 
fraternity, and he serves on several 
committees for Hampden-Sydney. 

"I was very surprised and pleased 
to be chosen for the conference — 
there will be people there I really 
want to meet," Young said. 

Double-majoring in history and 
French, Mark Heilshorn of Garden 
City, New York, was also surprised 
to be chosen for the conference. "I 
was honored," he said, and added: 
"Since all 200 of us are considered 
student leaders, it will be interesting 
to see if we have any impact on the 
corporate executives who will be 
there. We will be dealing with some 
incredibly difficult problems, and I 
want to see how relevant our 
answers are compared to the 
answers being proposed by 
business." 

Heilshorn has served as a resi- 
dent advisor for two years, and as an 
officer for the College's Committee 
on Responsible Consumption, 
directing educational programs on 
the use of alcohol and drugs. He has 
represented the College Republicans 
at national and regional conferences. 
He plays varsity football and lacrosse. 



Dan River Executive 
Asks for "Fair Chance" 

"We're asking for no handouts, 
we're asking for no favors — 
just a fair chance," said Lester Hud- 
son, Jr., president of Dan River Inc., 
in his visit to the College as part of 
the Visiting Executive Program. 

He was referring to the trade bill 
before Congress, a bill that could 
help protect his own and other 
American industries from what he 
sees as unfair foreign competition. 
Dan River Inc. is primarily a textile 
industry, and its biggest 
customers — such as Levi Straus and 
Arrow — are being hurt seriously by 
the competition, which in turn is 
hurting the suppliers. 

But Dan River has weathered 
storms before. In 1982, threatened 
by a hostile takeover attempt, the 
company completely reorganized, 
taking its stocks off the market and 
putting them into the hands of 
employees. Hudson, who helped 
steer the company through the 
changes, stressed in his lecture that 
change is inevitable and must be 
used to advantage. 

"Changes will take place, " he 
said. "You either get on with them 
or you fight them and lose." His job 
as president, he said, was "to man- 
age change." 

That Hudson can handle the 
stress of managing a big industry 
was apparent from the first of his 
lecture, when he joked about his cur- 
rent problems with foreign competi- 
tion. Hampden-Sydney had just got- 
ten in the newspapers about its 
debut in a bigjapanese magazine 
(see story, page 21), and Hudson 
said, "In the light of the struggle 
we're having with foreign competi- 
tion, I come here in fear and trepi- 
dation after reading in the papers 
of Japan's interest in Hampden- 
Sydney." 

When trustee Tom Allen '60 



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Lester Hudson, Jr. 



introduced Hudson, he noted that, 
with his liberal arts education and 
his broad interests, Hudson is a 
"Hampden-Sydney man " in spite of 
his never having come here. Hud- 
son said he was honored to be 
regarded as such, and he stressed 
that business needs more managers 
trained in the liberal arts. 

"When a liberal arts graduate first 
enters business, he may feel behind a 
person with a technical degree. But 
after the first couple of years, he is 
way ahead," he said. "We need peo- 
ple who are well-rounded and who 
have developed sound judgment." 

Hudson earned a B.A. from Fur- 
man University and an M.B.A. from 
the University of South Carolina. He 
is on the boards of several civic 
organizations, and he has served as 
board chairman at Averett College. 

Hampden-Sydney's Visiting 
Executive Program was begun in 
March of 1984 to bring leading cor- 
porate executives to the College for 
one-or-two-day visits each semester. 
The program is designed to give 
students valuable first-hand contact 
with executives from all phases of 
the business community. 



Trustees Hear Reports 
of "Substantial Progress" 

Hampden-Sydney's Board of Trus- 
tees met on November 8-9 and 
reported strong progress in nearly 
every area of the College's 
operations. 

"We're on a roll," said Board 
chairman W. Sydnor Settle '55. 
"Every indicator points to a very suc- 
cessful Campaign. We couldn't be 
more pleased." 

During the weekend the Board 
heard progress reports on the 
Campaign. The Major Gifts Com- 
mittee, whose goal is to raise $12 
million in new gifts between Janu- 
ary 1985 and June 1988, has raised 
over $4 million toward that goal. 
The Corporations and Foundations 
Committee reported progress well 
ahead of schedule as well, having 
raised over $1.5 million in new gifts 
toward their goal of $3-2 million for 
the public phase of the Campaign. 
The National Campaign Commit- 
tee, which met during the weekend, 
announced two new members: Wil- 
liam H. Flannagan '40, president of 
Roanoke Memorial Hospital, and 
Leigh Fultz '67, president of Capital 
Synergetics Corporation in 
Winston-Salem. 

College president Josiah Bunting 
III told the Board that Hampden- 
Sydney's successes have established 
it as "Not only a good school but a 
national school: a school that peo- 
ple in Ohio and Texas recognize, 
and recognize for its quality." 

Bunting pointed to record admis- 
sions numbers and a virtually non- 
existent attrition rate, and he 
announced that the College's 62% 
alumni-giving rate ranked it among 
the top four colleges in the nation. 

Bunting also noted innovative 
projects initiated by Hampden- 
Sydney that have led to its growing 
stature: the Brown Teaching Fel- 
lowships to reward outstanding 



students entering the teaching pro- 
fession; the Fuqua International 
Communications Center to bring 
educational programs from around 
the world to students of every 
major; the Mellon Consortium for 
professors from six small Virginia 
colleges to explore more effective 
means of teaching; and the Wye 
Faculty Seminar for professors from 
liberal arts colleges across the 
nation to study works on education 
and citizenship. 

Bunting then mentioned some 
upcoming College programs, includ- 
ing a "National Issues Forum" and 
new offerings from The Washing- 
ton International Studies Center. 

During its meetings the Board 
passed resolutions establishing ten 
new named endowment funds, 
which have been created as a result 
of the Campaign. Also adopted, as 
called for by the Campaign, was a 
phased plan for the renovation of 
Venable Hall, an historic 1825 
dormitory. Finance Committee 
chairman Henry Spalding, Jr. '60 
reported that the market value of 
the College's endowment grew to 
over $22.5 million, with new gifts 
accounting for nearly S 5 00,000 in 
the third quarter. The College's 
Composite Endowment Fund out- 
performed the Standard and Poor's 
500 Index by 25% over the first 
three quarters of 1985. 



Students Win Honors 
In Language Contest 

Three Hampden-Sydney students 
have won honors in the Olympiada 
Language Contest in Russian, held 
in September in Harrisonburg. 

Edward Utyro '86 placed first 
and George Willingham '87 placed 
second in the competition's second- 
year level, and Paul Chalmers '87 
placed second in the first-year level. 



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THE RECORD OE HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Zip-code Inventor Takes 
on "Big Brother" 

What is it like to invent the zip code, 
offer it to the post office, have it 
rejected, see it put into use a few 
years later, and then have them deny 
that you had anything to do with it? 

Dr. James R. Sydnor '33 can tell 
you. He has stacks of correspon- 
dence with the post office that prove 
he gave them the idea for both the 
five- and nine-digit zip code long 
before they began to use it. "I had a 
bear by the tail and I wouldn't let 
go," he told a fascinated crowd dur- 
ing a lecture at Hampden-Sydney in 
September. 

When he grabbed that bear in 
1951, Sydnor couldn't imagine what 
holding on — for 26 years — would 
mean. Not that he wasn't warned. 
When he told his idea to Dr. Van- 
nevar Bush, one of the world's 
foremost scientists, Bush thought it 
an excellent idea but warned he had 
"an enormous inertia to work 
against." Later Bush said, "It is an 
exceedingly difficult thing to work 
with a government agency along 
such lines as you indicate, and I 
think probably the Post Office is 
somewhat more difficult than 
others." 

Sydnor got interested in mail sort- 
ing quite by accident, but once hit 
with the idea of a number code that 
could save enormous time and 
money, he was determined to see it 
implemented. After studying every- 
thing he could find about the postal 
service and developing his code 
further, he took the idea to the post 
office in early 1952, only to have it 
rejected. He then offered the idea to 
Dr. Bush, got his expert approval, 
and had Senator Harry Byrd, Sr., 
approach the post office. This time 
they accepted a 49-page typescript 
describing the innovative plan in 
detail, but they again rejected it and 
lost the manuscript in the process. 

Between 1952 and 1961 Sydnor 

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presented his idea to the post office 
three more times, often with the 
help of prominent politicians. In 
1957-58 he even took a sabbatical 
leave from his professorship and 
prepared a two-volume description 
of the code, including plans for a 
nine-digit code that works just as the 
nine-digit code today. But in each 
case the proposal was rejected 
because the post office was trying to 
develop another type of code much 
too complex to work. 

Then, to Sydnor's surprise, in the 
fall of 1962 the news spread that a 
"zip code" would be launched the 
following year. Though the princi- 
ple behind the code was identical to 
Sydnor's, the post office claimed to 
have developed it independently of 
Sydnor's proposals. 

The five-digit code wasn't suffi- 
cient for full sorting automation, and 
the post office confined to search for 
a more extensive code. Sydnor again 
knew that his own nine-digit system 
would work best, and he again sub- 
mitted his proposal to the post 
office several times, with the help of 
other experts and politicians. True 
to character, however, the post office 
tried out several complex plans 
doomed to failure before finally 



Dr. James Sydnor 3 




adopting, in 1978, the nine-digit 
plan proposed by Sydnor in 1958. 

Sydnor again tried to get the post 
office to give him credit for the code, 
but they refused. Yet he did have the 
satisfaction of seeing his plan fully 
implemented at last. 

"My 26-year effort to persuade 
the postal service to adopt an all- 
numeric code was completed, " he 
said. "I could now turn the bear's tail 
loose!" 

Sydnor may seem an unlikely 
candidate for inventing a more effe- 
cient postal system. He is an emeri- 
tus professor of church music at the 
Presbyterian School of Christian 
Education in Richmond, and he has 
published seven books and numer- 
ous articles in his field. He has also 
edited three hymn books and served 
on the editorial committee for two 
others. 

His adventure began, in fact, after 
a rehearsal with the choir at St. 
Paul's Episcopal Church in Rich- 
mond. He had to pass the main post 
office on his way to his car, and he 
could see postal clerks stuffing let- 
ters into vertical sorting cases that 
had been invented by Ben Franklin. 
He knew there had to be a better 
way, and he found it. But even if his 
system lasts as long as Franklin's, it's 
not likely he'll get the credit Frank- 
lin got. 

"I expect to arrange other lectures 
on the subject," Sydnor said. Though 
the nine-digit zip code is now in 
operation, when it comes to expos- 
ing Big Brother — well, Sydnor still 
has a bear by the tail after all. 



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Hampden-Sydney in the 
News: Getting Ink from 
New York to Japan 

When a Japanese magazine editor 
with her team of a reporter and 
two photographers stormed 
through Hampden-Sydney one day 
last spring, no one quite expected 
the result to be eleven beautifully 
designed pages, six of them in full 
color, in the October issue of the 
Japanese magazine Men 's Club. 

When the Richmond News- 
Leader did a story on the Japanese 
article, no one quite expected it to 
hit the wires of several states and 
get picked up by television, either. 

But no one can doubt it now: the 
Japanese are fascinated with 
Hampden-Sydney, and Americans 
are fascinated that they would be. 

Men 's Club, similar to Gentle- 
men's Quarterly in this country, has 
a monthly circulation of 350,000. It 
often covers the latest clothes 
fashions at American colleges, but 
full profiles, as in the article on 
Hampden-Sydney, are rare. To 
demonstrate this, Ed Kelleher 
began his article for The News- 
Leader this way: 

The "Back to Campus" fall 
fashion edition of the slick 
Japanese magazine, Men x 
Club, offers feature layouts on 
four campuses: 

• Columbia University, New 
York City, a six-page spread. 

• Paris University, France, six 
pages. 

• Milan University, Italy, six 
pages. 

• Hampden-Sydney College, 
Prince Edward County, Virgi- 
nia, eleven pages. 

When asked why she chose 
Hampden-Sydney, Toshiko Kondo, 
the Men 's Club editor, simply said 
"Lisa Birnbach's Handbook," refer- 
ring to the humorous college guide 




Officers of the Student Government Association for 1985-86 are (from left) John 
McGee '86, secretary-treasurer; Tim McCanna '86, chairman of Student Court, and 
Maurice femes '86, Student Body President. 



that lists Hampden-Sydney as the 
preppiest college in America. When 
Ms. Kondo saw Hampden-Sydney's 
1981 Official Preppy Yearbook, she 
nearly knocked the desk over to get 
to it, and photographs of it and its 
contents are given an entire page in 
the article. 

But the article went beyond such 
superficialities and described the 
College in general, giving pertinent 
information on the make-up of the 
student body and on the areas of 
study offered by the College. 

So when you travel to Japan, 
proudly announce your affiliation 
with "Hampu-Dai" — the contrac- 
tion used by the magazine for 
"Hampuden-Shidonii Daigaku," the 
full Japanese title of Hampden- 
Sydney College. 

Meanwhile back home, The 
Chronicle of Higher Education, the 
nation's most prestigious news- 
paper in the field, ran a full profile 
of the College on page three of its 
September 18 issue. Entitled "Vir- 
ginia's All-Male Hampden-Sydney: 
Vision of the 'Mythical College of 
1958,' " the feature stresses the tra- 
dition and rare sense of community 
that persist at Hampden-Sydney. 

"We represent what college used 



to be," Robert Jones, dean of admis- 
sions, told the Chronicle. "That's 
comforting to parents and students 
who are looking for the mythical 
college of 1958." 

President Bunting is quoted at 
length in the feature. "It's a broth- 
erhood," he says, "a brotherhood of 
students and older people — 
teachers, coaches — that transcends 
the usual boundaries between aca- 
demics and social life and athletics." 

The Chronicle continues: "The 
camaraderie on the campus is 
strengthened by a fraternity system 
to which more than half of the stu- 
dents belong and by a passionate 
devotion to athletics — even though 
the college...offers no athletic scho- 
larships and makes it clear that 
sports take a back seat to academics. 
The emphasis is on old-fashioned 
amateur athletics in which sports- 
manship and teamwork are priori- 
ties, even during a losing season." 

The College's student- run honor 
system, classical curriculum, and 
outstanding admissions program 
are examined in the article as well, 
and the description of each under- 
scores Jones's contention: "We're 
attractive. We're nice. We're what a 
little college ought to be." 



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In addition to Bunting and Jones, 
professors Davis Bowman (history) 
and Lawrence Martin (English) and 
students Maurice Jones (student 
body president) and Timothy 
McCanna (student court president) 
are mentioned in the feature. 

In reference to the stacks of 
books left unmolested on the side- 
walk during meals, McCanna says, 
"You won't see that anywhere else." 

The thrust of the article is 
summed up well in this comment 
given by Bunting: "If a boy gradu- 
ates from Hampden-Sydney, Phi 
Beta Kappa, with a double major in 
physics and Russian, but he is a ter- 
rible man, then we have failed." 

In August, the Chronicle also did 
a feature on the annual Wye 
Faculty Seminar that was founded 
in 1983 by President Bunting and 
Douglass Cater, president of 
Washington College. 

"The impulse that began the 
Wye seminar was the sense that in 
this day and age, in a college of 
1,500 people where faculty are 
required to teach four courses, pub- 
lish, and make the case for tenure, 
there's no time to think and be an 
intellectual, as well as a learned per- 




A Japanese photographer {above) 
captures team spirit on film; the full 
"Men's Club" contingent (right). 



son," President Bunting told the 
Chronicle. Dr. William Shear, pro- 
fessor of biology and a past partici- 
pant in the seminar, was also 
quoted. 

Shear was also prominently fea- 
tured in the Richmond Times- 
Dispatch and the Farmville Herald 
for his work on spider-like fossils 
from 380 million years ago. Dr. 
Neel Beard, a fellow science profes- 
sor of Shear's, was also featured in 
the Times-Dispatch, but for some- 
thing related more to his avocation 
than to his vocation — his invention 
of a sydaphone, a wind-operated 



About 20 Hampden-Sydney students recently went to Lynchburg to attend a career 
fair, Challenge '86, where students from nine Virginia colleges discussed career oppor- 
tunities with representatives from companies like AT&T, Xerox, and Alcoa; our stu- 
dents have good records of finding jobs at these fairs. Pictured above (from left) are 
seniors Chris McGee, Russ Akers, Bret Grieves, and Warren Dumford. 




electronic music synthesizer. Both 
articles were written by Overton 
McGehee '80. 

That the College's reputation is 
growing quickly was confirmed in 
its placement in the recent publica- 
tion of The Best Buys in College 
Education, by education editor 
Edward B. Fiske of The New York 
Times. Hampden-Sydney was one 
of 221 colleges from across the 
nation and one of 1 1 from Virginia 
that were featured in the book. 
"Not only does the school cost 
$2,000 to $3,000 less than most 
comparable institutions," the book 
notes, "one student says that it's a 
real deal in terms of less tangible 
things: If tuition were analyzed on 
the basis of professor-to-student 
ratios and professor availability for 
special consultation, then 
Hampden-Sydney's fee would 
emerge as a true bargain!" News of 
Hampden-Sydney's placement in 
the book travelled over the wires to 
numerous newspapers and radio 
stations. 

And, finally, the fame of 
Hampden-Sydney's three-ton Penn- 
sylvania Station eagle has flown 
around the country: it was featured 
in the "campus landmarks" section 
of a national football program 
insert in November, and clippings 
have been sent in from as far away 
as Nebraska. 



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THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Starting Over: Football 
Season Breaks Even 



Under the direction of first-year 
head coach Carmen Palladino, the 
Hampden-Sydney Tigers headed 
into the 1985 season under a dark 
cloud but with enthusiasm high. 

The season began on a very posi- 
tive note with wins over Samford 
and West Virginia Wesleyan, two 
important road victories for a 
young team that needed confidence. 
The home opener was a disap- 
pointment, though, as the Tigers 
dropped a close one to the Guilford 
Quakers, 17-15. An interception at 
the Guilford 20-yard line with less 
than two minutes remaining 
stopped a long drive which could 
have won the game. 

Bridgewater invaded Fulton Field 
the following Saturday for the 
initial conference game of the sea- 
son. The Tigers gained a 21-7 vic- 
tory as freshman John Rose came 
off the bench to throw two touch- 
downs and Jody Williams electrified 
the crowd, returning a kick-off 83 
yards for a touchdown. 

Then, with an overall record of 
3-1 and a conference record of 1-0, 
the Tigers began to struggle. Emory 
& Henry defeated them 31-10. 
Washington & Lee stung the Tigers 
32-20 in a Homecoming rebuke. 
But the Tigers won two of the next 
three games and headed into Ash- 
land with a record of 5-4 and a 
chance to spoil the year for R-MC 
An unfortunate fumble, however, at 
the Jackets' 10-yard line with 1:40 
left doomed their efforts. The final 
score was 12-7 Jackets. 

Finishing the year 5-5, the Tigers 
had four first-team all-conference 
players: Brett Bennett, Chuck 
Arrington, Mike Sharp, and Chip 
Umberger. Mike Sharp and Gra- 
ham Daniels made the GTE- 
COSIDA District III Academic All- 
America team. 



Frederick Harrison, 
Richmond Executive, 
Joins Board of Trustees 

Frederick Nash Harrison, Jr., former 
president of Harrison Leaf Tobacco 
Company of Richmond, has been 
elected to the College's Board of 
Trustees. 

"Fred Harrison will bring a good 
deal of experience and prestige to 
what is already one of the finest col- 
lege boards in the nation," said 
Hampden-Sydney President Josiah 
Bunting III. 

Harrison has served on the 
boards of several other organiza- 
tions, including the St. Christopher's 
School Foundation, the Metropoli- 
tan Board of the YMCA, the Advi- 
sory Board of Metropolitan Bank, 
the Country Club of Virginia, and 
the Commonwealth Club. He has 
served his alma mater, the Univer- 
sity of Virginia, as president of the 
Virginia Student Aid Foundation, 
member of the 3-2-2 Committee, 
and member of the Alumni Associa- 
tion board. He is currently on the 
board of the Virginia Home for 
Boys and the Richmond Eye 
Hospital. 

He is also a member of St. Ste- 
phens Episcopal Church; the Society 
of Cincinnati; Princess Anne Coun- 
try Club in Virginia Beach; the 
Society of Sons of the Revolution, 
State of Virginia; the Richmond 
German; and the Richmond 
Hundred. He was a member of Phi 
Kappa Sigma while at the Univer- 
sity of Virginia. 




National Campaign 
Committee Adds 
"Ham" Flannagan 

William Hamilton "Ham" Flanna- 
gan '40, president of Roanoke 
Memorial Hospitals, has been 
elected to the National Campaign 
Committee of the Campaign for 
Hampden-Sydney. 

In 1982, Roanoker Magazine 
named Flannagan one of 12 men 
who have had the most profound 
influence on the history of Roa- 
noke. Flannagan was elected to 
membership in the Omicron Delta 
Kappa leadership fraternity at the 
College in 1978. He is an honorary 
alumnus of the Medical College of 
Virginia's School of Hospital 
Administration. 

He is a director of the Roanoke 
Hospital Association and president 
of 1 1 corporations under the associ- 
ation, including Health East, Inc., 
and the Burrell Home for Adults. 
He is also a director of Colonial- 
American National Bank and a 
member of the Virginia Hospital 
Association and the Virginia Coun- 
cil on Health & Medical Care, a fel- 
low and past regent of the Ameri- 
can College of Hospital Admini- 
strators, and a past member of the 
Governor's Commission on Virginia 
Health Services Cost Review. In 
1980, he won the Virginia State 
Chili Cook-off and represented the 
state at the national contest in 
Arizona. 




William 
Flannagan '40 



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Faculty 
Forum 



German Confederates, the age 
of Augustus, planters and 
Junkers, and the best teacher 
in Virginia 




David Harden, the new librarian 



"1 knew more people here after five 
iveeks than I did after four years at 
Michigan, " new College Librarian 
David Norden told a Tiger reporter 
in September. The fomier director 
of the University of Michigan's 
undergraduate library, which 
receives over one million student 
visits a year, Norden admires 
Hampden-Sydney for its 
'personalness. " 

"I wanted to work at a good col- 
lege where the library has a direct 
influence on the quality of life of 
the students, " Norden said. "After 
looking at Hampden -Sydney, my 
choice was easy. " 

John Ryland, the former head 
librarian, is now the head librarian 
at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. 

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Dean Poteet Leaves for 
Albion College 

Dr. Daniel Poteet has left his post as 
provost and dean of the faculty at 
Hampden-Sydney. He has been 
appointed provost at Albion Col- 
lege, a coeducational institution of 
about 1600 students in Albion, 
Michigan. 

"Dan's service to the College has 
been of a remarkable character," said 
president Josiah Bunting III. "His 
achievements here, perhaps more 
than those of any other member of 
the Hampden-Sydney community, 
have been responsible for the unus- 
ual progress the College has made in 
recent years." 

Poteet has been with Hampden- 
Sydney since 1977, serving a year as 
assistant to the president and a year 
as acting dean of the faculty before 
his appointment to dean in 1979. In 
1981 he was appointed provost, the 
second highest position in the 
administrative hierarchy. 

When he returned for a visit to 
the College in November, Poteet 
was honored for his accomplish- 
ments and given a scrapbook of his 
years here. During his remarks he 
quipped, "I used to wear many hats 
at Hampden-Sydney; now I only 
wear one," whereupon he drew a 
John Deere hat from his pocket. 

During his tenure Poteet led the 
faculty through innovative revisions 
of the core curriculum, the honors 
program, and the writing program. 
He conceived and implemented the 
Mellon Seminars, a faculty devel- 
opment program for six Virginia 
colleges, funded by $350,000 from 
the Mellon Foundation. 

He garnered support for numer- 
ous other projects as well. Both the 
Computing Center and the new 
International Communications Cen- 
ter were funded in large part 
through his solicitation efforts, and 
he helped orchestrate a $400,000 



challenge grant from the National 
Endowment for the Humanities to 
expand the resources of Eggleston 
Library. 

Poteet also redesigned the Col- 
lege's budgeting procedures and 
played a major role in controlling 
financial operations. He drafted the 
College's "plan for the eighties," saw 
it through unanimous approval by 
the Board of Trustees, and helped 
implement the plan's programs. 

"Hampden-Sydney is a delightful 
place to work," Poteet said. "I'm 
happy for the contributions my wife 
and I have been able to make to the 
College and the community." 
Poteet's wife, Nancy, has served as a 
lecturer in English at the College. 

Dr. Owen Norment, professor of 
religion, has been appointed acting 
dean of the faculty, and a search 
committee has been formed to find 
a permanent replacement. The 
committee plans to take nomina- 
tions and applications through 
December 15, conduct on-campus 
visits by about six semifinalists dur- 
ing late January and February, and 
send rankings of finalists to Presi- 
dent Bunting by about March 15. 

Jorge Silveira Named 
'Distinguished Foreign 
Language Teacher" 

Dr. Jorge Silveira, professor of 
Spanish and Chairman of the 
department of foreign languages, 
has been named Virginia's Distin- 
guished Foreign Language Teacher 
of 1985. The award was presented 
by the Virginia Foreign Language 
Supervisors' Association during the 
recent 24th Annual Foreign Lan- 
guage Conference in Virginia 
Beach, sponsored by the Virginia 
Department of Education. 

In presenting the award, William 
S. Troxell, chairman of the award 
selection committee, recounted Sil- 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 




Dr. Jorge Silveira 



veira's success from the time he 
came to the U.S. from Cuba. Sil- 
veira earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. 
from the University of North 
Carolina, and he holds degrees from 
two Cuban universities as well. 

College president Josiah Bunting 
III congratulated Silveira for his 
"hardscrabble labor" of teaching. 
"You embody a noble vocation, and 
bring honor to it and to our Col- 
lege," Bunting said. 

Governor Charles S. Robb also 
sent his congratulations: "Your 
dedication to teaching Spanish to 
your many students has met the 
highest standards of achievement," 
Robb said. 



Research & Publications 

• Dr. James Arieti, associate pro- 
fessor of classics, is the co-author, 
with John M. Crossett, of a new 
translation and commentary on 
Longinus' On the Sublime pub- 
lished by the Edwin Mellen Press. 
Arieti is currently working on a 
book on ancient humanism. In part 
of his research he is concentrating 
on Horace's Odes, with special 
attention to the political odes. 
Horace wrote at the beginning of 
the Age of Augustus, an age of 
peace after a long civil war, and 
Arieti is investigating his views on 
peace and the proper use of leisure 
that peace brings. 



• Dr. Neel Beard, Jr., professor of 
physics, presented a workshop at 
the 1985 Virginia State Science 
Teachers Conference in Virginia 
Beach in October. He read papers 
on "The Use of Stepping Motors in 
Wave Motion Experiments" and on 
"A Fast and Inexpensive Analog-to- 
Digital Converter for the C-64" at 
the January meeting of the Ameri- 
can Association of Physics 
Teachers. 

• Dr. Thomas E. DeWoIfe, associate 
professor of psychology, is studying 
the moral reasoning of both male 
and female prison populations. As 
part of this research, he took his 
law and psychology class on several 
field trips to prisons. 

• Dr. Alan Farrell, associate pro- 
fessor of French and German, used 
a summer grant to finish the 
second volume of his literary man- 
ual, the Manuel tendancieux de la 
litterature francaise. The work 
inspects the conventions used in the 
study of French letters and reviews 
the essential grammar involved in 
the scrutiny of literature. 

• Dr. Ronald Heinemann, profes- 
sor of history, published an article 
with James R. Belcher 77 on Heros 
von Borche, Jeb Stuart's chief-of- 
staff, in the fall 1985 edition of 
Virginia Cavalcade. Heinemann has 
also completed an article reviewing 
the recent literature on twentieth- 
century Virginia history, which will 
be published in the Virginia Maga- 
zine of History and Biography in 
1986. 

• Dr. Vincent Iverson, associate 
professor of philosophy, used a 
summer grant to attend the Ninth 
International Joint Conference on 
Artificial Intelligence at U.C.L.A. 
He took tutorials in Lisp Pro- 
gramming, Artificial Intelligence 
and Education, and Machine 
Learning. 

• Dr. Paul Jagasich, associate pro- 
fessor of modern languages, 
attended an NEH summer seminar 



on German Romanticism at How- 
ard University. He continues to 
translate the works of Jaroslav 
Seifert. 

• Dr. Owen Norment, professor of 
religion and acting dean of the 
faculty, recently addressed both the 
Greenville Historical Society in 
Emporia and the Friends of the 
Library in Lynchburg on "Jeffer- 
son's Legacy: Radical Liberty, 
Rational Engagement." Norment is 
one of fifteen scholars who are cur- 
rently speaking on aspects of the 
Virginia Statute for Religious Free- 
dom under the auspices of the 
Resource Center of the Virginia 
Foundation for the Humanities. 

• Dr. Donald Ortner, professor of 
psychology and sociology, travelled 
to Iceland last summer to study the 
National Church, an "ecclesia" to 
which 97% of the population 
belong. He is comparing the 
priests' perception of the church to 
that of the laity. 

• Dr. Robert Rogers, professor of 
religion and director of the Honors 
Program, recently attended a sym- 
posium commemorating the bicen- 
tennial anniversary of the Virginia 
Statute for Religious Freedom. The 
symposium was sponsored by the 
Virginia Foundation for Humani- 
ties and Public Policy, of which 
Rogers is a member. 

• Dr. Hassell Simpson, professor 
of English, used his sabbatical leave 
in 1984-85 to work on a study of 
William Faulkner called Black and 
White in Yoknapataivpha, a book 
of Mississippi photographs paired 
with Faulkner quotations. He 
addressed the North Carolina Eng- 
lish Teacher Association in Ashe- 
ville in October on "William 
Faulkner's Pictorial Work: The 
Artist as Novelist and Storyteller." 



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THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



J. Stokeley 
Fulton '55, 
1931-1985 

MEMORIES OF STOKELEY & SONNY* 



As 1 sit here in Colorado 

and watch the colors change 

in the mountains, the aspen 

with their golden glow, 

I think of Stokeley and Sonny: 

Why — why brain tumors? 

Why — why in the prime of their life? 

I remember a long-ago football game 

against Brtdgewater, when 1 intercepted 

a pass and faked a lateral to Stokie. 

I should have lateraled the ball 

because I was immediately tackled. 

If I had lateraled the ball to Stokie 

it would have been an easy touchdown for him. 

Memories, ah sweet memories of times past, 
of shared experiences and times together: 
memories of Stokie tutoring freshmen in math, 
of Sonny driving the "blue beetle" 
to Longwood, Hollins, Randolph-Macon, 
all points west, and in-between, too — 
memories, memories, memories. . . . 

Sonny and Stokie and Poland and Tommy and 

Jim 

and Philip and Pilcher and Spider 

and Hump and Ron and all the rest of the 

then-young men. 

The athletic contests, the parties, exams and 

books: 

memories of the pretty girl from Danville, 

St okie's wife: 

the backfield of Sonny, Poland, LeHeu; and 

Smitty — tough! 

Who knew then the pain of life, of fighting the 

good battle? 

Or of the difference that one's life makes 

in the lives of others who cross one's path? 

I know that for myself I am a better person 

for bavins, the benefit of Stokie' s touching my 

life. 

1 know that Sonny's friendship touched me, 

time and time again in all of my life. 

We will miss you, Stokie and Sonny, all of us 

will. 



*Excerpts from a poem by Charles C Mottley 
'56, written in memory of Stokeley Pulton '55 
and Carl "Sonny" Sommardahl '56. 



John Stokeley Fulton, head football 
coach, baseball coach, and former 
athletic director at Hampden- 
Sydney College, died of cancer at age 
55 on July 13, 1985, in Farmville. 

During his 2 5 -year tenure as head 
football coach, Fulton compiled a 
143-99-5 record, placing him eighth 
among 197 active Division III 
coaches. He had nine conference 
championships and three bowl 
appearances. He was selected 
NCAA District III "Coach of the 
Year" in 1971 and Old Dominion 
Athletic Conference "Coach of the 
Year" in 1977, 1982, and 1983. In 
1977 he was inducted into the Vir- 
ginia Sports Hall of Fame, and early 
in 1985 he was elected vice presi- 
dent of the organization. 

President Bunting has repeatedly 
praised Fulton for his dedication. "In 
an age when university athletics 
seems to have gone off its rocker, 
Stokeley worked very hard, wasn't 
paid much, never complained, loved 
the College, and set such an example 
of conduct and devotion to duty that 
none of us who knew him can but be 
better for the privilege," Bunting 
said. 

Born in Pittsylvania County, Ful- 
ton spent most of his youth in Dan- 
ville, where he became a standout 
football player at George Washing- 
ton High School. He attended the 
University of Tennessee for one 
year and played football under the 
late General Bob Neyland before 
transferring to Hampden-Sydney in 
195 1. He was named to the all- 
conference football team each sea- 
son he played for Hampden-Sydney, 
and in 1954 he was selected to the 
first unit of the AP. Little All- 
America football team. He also cap- 
tained the baseball team. 

A member of Omicron Delta 
Kappa, the National Honorary 
Leadership Society, Fulton served as 
president of the Hampden-Sydney 
student body during his senior year. 
He was also a member of Pi Kappa 
Alpha social fraternity. At his gra- 



duation in 1955 he was awarded the 
Gammon Cup, the highest award 
given a student-athlete at 
Hampden-Sydney. 

Following college Fulton served 
for two years in the U.S. Coast 
Guard. In 1957 he returned to 
Hampden-Sydney as an assistant 
coach and three years later he was 
made head football coach. 

Fulton was a member of the 
American Football Coaches Associa- 
tion and served on the NCAA rules 
committee for baseball, He was a 
member of the Farmville Recreation 
Association and initiated the Post 32 
American Legion Baseball Team. In 
1977 Fulton established the Tiger 
Baseball Camp for boys aged 8 to 17. 
He was also a member of College 
Church, a Presbyterian church in 
Hampden-Sydney. 

At the 1985 Commencement 
ceremonies, the senior class pres- 
ented him the senior class award for 
"contributing most significantly to 
the College, her students, and com- 
munity." Vice President George 
Bush, the Commencement speaker, 
also commended Fulton. Bush 
quoted Coach Yogi Berra, who was 
once asked to comment on a nine- 
game losing streak. "Well, we made 
the wrong mistakes," Berra had said. 
"Now obviously, 'Bush notes, "from 
the ovation he was accorded, Coach 
Fulton may have made a mistake, 
but he has never made the wrong 
mistake. So I'm pleased to hear that 
warm response for him." 

Survivors include his wife, Virgi- 
nia Anne Perkins Fulton; two child- 
ren, Lucy Carter Fulton of Denver, 
Colorado, and J. Stokeley Fulton, Jr., 
of Hampden-Sydney; his mother, 
Elizabeth Hundley Fulton of Dan- 
ville; two sisters, Mildred Fulton 
Owens of Danville and Betsy Fulton 
Pusey of Easton, Maryland; and one 
brother, Frank Hundley Fulton, Sr., 
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pijnuiW! 



HOMECOMING 

October 11, 1986 

Emory & Henry 

PARENTS 
WEEKEND 

October 31, 
November 1-2, 1986 

Gettysburg 



1925 

Dr. WILLIAM C. BARGER 

recently attended a national 
convention of the American Harp 
Society in Columbus, Ohio. He went 
to promote interest in the original 
harp compositions of Robert L. 
Barclay, now deceased, in whose 
memory Barger has pledged the 
establishment of the Barger-Barclay 
Chair of Fine Arts for Hampden- 
Sydney College. Barger also attended 
a Bio- Logic Systems symposium in 
Chicago and a seminar on Alzheim- 
er's disease in White Sulphur 
Springs, West Virginia. During his 
travels he stayed with WILLIAM 
WARREN BARNWELL '25, a 
roommate from their days in 
Cushing Hall. 

JOSEPH S. GILLESPIE, a 
former trustee of the College has 
been awarded a posthumous Paul 
Harris Fellowship from the 
Tazewell Rotary Club. His widow, 
Mrs. Ellen Gillespie, accepted the 
award, which honored his service as 
"a good citizen, a community leader, 
a leading churchman, and a good 
Rotarian." Gillespie was president 
of the club in 1937-38. 

1934 

Dr. FRANCIS A. SINES, a dentist 
in Charleston, West Virginia, was 
recently featured in the Charleston 
Gazette for his efforts to organize a 
reunion of shipmates aboard the 
USS West Virginia. During the 
reunion, held in September, state 
officials were presented with the 
flag which was flying over the battle- 
ship when it was sunk at Pearl 
Harbor. The ship was raised from 
the harbor and used extensively 
during the rest of the war. Sines 
served on the ship for 21 of his 28 
months in the South Pacific. "This 
will be the first time we've ever had 



a Navy vessel reunion in the state," 
Sines told the Gazette. "I was most 
eager for it because it had been 40 
years since I'd seen this crew." 

1936 

WILLIAM T. McCHESNEY was 

recently featured in the 
Charlottesville Daily Progress for 
his work in the community. For 13 
years he helped the University of 
Virginia's School of Continuing 
Education design and implement 
seminars that trained local officials 
throughout the state to plan their 
response to civil emergencies. The 
fruits of that labor continue, as seen 
in Charlottesville's new "911" 
emergency center and in the 
emergency helicopter "Pegasus." At 
70, McChesney continues to work as 
a relocation specialist with 
Meadowbrook Realty. 

1938 

L. LEE BEAN, JR., senior partner 
in the law firm of Bean, Kinney, 
Korman & Hylton, has received the 
Distinguished Service Award of the 
Arlington County Bar Association. 
A past president of the Arlington 
County Bar Association, the Virginia 
Trial Lawyers Association, and the 
Virginia Bar Association, he 
received the award for "a career 
spanning 45 years, characterized by 
dedication, perseverance, and 
dignity, that has greatly enhanced 
the community, the 
Commonwealth, and the legal 
profession." 

1939 

LEWIS A. NUCKOLS has 

published his first collection of 
poetry, Thoughts from Three Active 
Brant Cells, with Vantage Press in 
New York. One review of the book 
said Nuckols has "an enormous love 



Quetlen M. Keith '41 (right) receives the Superior Service Award from 
Secretary of Agriculture John R. Block. 




of life and a simple, forthright sense 
of humor, both of which are 
exemplified in this collection. Be the 
subject love, death, or politics, Mr. 
Nuckols looks at it from his own 
unique viewpoint and offers his 
opinion in plain, direct verse." 

1941 

J. HUNTER PEAK, JR., retired 
from Auburn University in 1984 
and spent this past summer touring 
England, Scotland, and Wales with 
his wife. They visited Penshurst 
Place in Kent, the 14th-century 
castle that was Algernon Sydney's 
home. 

Dr. LEWIS D. JOHNSTON, 
JR., has retired from his dental 
practice in South Boston after 35 
years of service. 

QUELLEN M. KEITH has won 
the Superior Service Award from 
the U.S. Department of Agriculture 
for outstanding performance of his 
duties as assistant district director in 
the Charleston, West Virginia, office 
of the Farmer's Home 
Administration. The award is the 
second-highest honor award 
bestowed by the USDA. Working 
with a relatively inexperienced staff 
in an area with the highest 
unemployment rate in the state, 
Keith led his staff in reducing the 
loan delinquency rate to below the 
state average. 



1944 

JOHN E. DeHARDIT of 

Gloucester County has put on 
indefinite loan to the Museum of the 
Confederacy in Richmond an 1864 
Civil War painting. "The Burial of 
Latane," by Richmond artist 
William D. Washington, is being 
shown in the museum with "Art 
and Artists of the South: The 
Robert P. Coggins Collection." 
Portrayed in the painting is a group 
of women conducting a funeral for 
Confederate Captain William 
Latane, an alumnus of Hampden- 
Sydney's Medical Department and a 
symbol of the gallant heroism of 
southern soldiers. 

1945 

The Rev ROBERT J. BLUFORD, 
JR., was recently featured in the 
Richmond-Times Dispatch for his 
renovation of an historic building in 
Laurel, just outside of Richmond. 
The 90-year-old building, initially 
used as a dormitory for Virginia's 
first reform school, has served as a 
general merchandise store and as a 
grocery store and has accumulated a 
host of stories and legends about it. 
Bluford will lease offices in rhe 
building, and he has applied to the 
Virginia Historic Landmarks 
Commission to have the building 
declared an historic landmark. 
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BLUFORD III '67, is already using 
part of the office space for his 
medical supply business. 
1947 

Dr JOHN L. THORNTON III, a 
Richmond physician and president 
of the Richmond Metropolitan 
Blood Service, has been elected 
president of the American Blood 
Commission, a private-sector 
organization established in 1975 to 
implement national blood policy. 

1948 

Dr MAXWELL V. PERROW has 

been named executive director of 
Ecumedia, a religious inter- 
denomination news and 
communications agency based in Los 
Angeles. He has long served as a 
communications consultant for 
religious organizations in southern 
California and he most recently 
served for three years as director of 
development for Sheldon Jackson 
College in Alaska. 

Dr. SHELTON H. SHORT III 
was reappointed chairman of 
United Nations Day in Virginia 
(October 24), the first time a 
chairman has been appointed to a 
second term. Part of his duties 
involved a tour of eleven European 
countries, including Great Britain, 
Ireland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, 
Austria, and Italy. During the 
summer he attended seminars at the 
University of Vienna and at the 
University College of Dublin. 

1950 

V. NEIL WYRJCK is director of A 
Man Called Jonah, a film by Ecclesia 
Enterprises called by reviewers "the 
most unique Christian film ever 
released." Wyrick also plays a major 
role in the film. 

1954 

Col A. STORRS WAR1NNER 

has retired from the United States 
Air Force and now captains a 
Boeing 757 with Sunworld Interna- 
tional Airways in Las Vegas. 

1956 

ROBERT J. DENNIS, owner of 
the BuCoVa Insurance Agency in 
Grundy and the Huffman Insurance 
Agency in Richlands, has been 
installed as director-at-large of the 
Independent Insurance Agents of 
Virginia, Inc., for the 1985-86 fiscal 
year. 

JAMES J. KEATING, JR., was 
one of five national alumni recently 
honored by the Kappa Sigma Fra- 
ternity at its 55th Biennial Grand 
Conclave held in Memphis injuly. 
He received the Supreme Executive 
Committee's medallion and was 
cited for his work on the graduate 
counselor program, the only pro- 
gram of its kind sponsored by a 
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G. OTIS MEAD III has been 

awarded the Medallion of Merit for 
1985 from the Dabney S. Lancaster 
Community College Board. He was 
chosen from 20 nominees for his 
contributions to the city of Lexing- 
ton 

JAMES K. WYATT is now a 
realtor- associate with CENTURY 
21 /John F. Ring, Inc., in Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Florida. 

1957 

DAVID C. MacMICHAEL, a 

former CIA Analyst, has gained 
national media attention for his testi- 
mony on behalf of the Nicaraguan 
government in its suit against the 



Lee Bean '38 





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Hubert StalLrd '59 




United States in the International 
Court of Justice. According to Time, 
MacMichael said there was no evi- 
dence that Nicaragua had sold arms 
to El Salvador rebels since the 
spring of 1981, contrary to the 
claims of the Reagan Adminstration. 

LEWIS H. MUNDIN III has 
been installed as president of the 
Kiwanis Club of West Henrico. Dr. 
JOSEPH C. HILLIER '60, gover- 
nor of the Capital District Kiwanis 
Club, performed the installation 
ceremony. 

1959 

EDMUND L. BENSON III, pres- 
ident of Saunders & Benson Insu- 



rance, Inc., in Richmond, has been 
elected secretary-treasurer of Virgi- 
nia Financial Services Corporation 
for 1985-86. The Corporation is a 
subsidiary of the Independent Insu- 
rance Agents of Virginia. 

Dr. JAMES H. PRICE, profes- 
sor of religious studies at Lynchburg 
College, recently spoke at Emory & 

Henry College on "Church-State 
Relations in Virginia and the 
United States." The lecture was 

part of a statewide tour celebrating 
the bicentennial of Thomas |effer- 
son's famous Statute for Religious 
Freedom, which was passed by the 
Virginia Legislature in 1786. 

HUBERT R. STALLARD, vice 
president of the Chesapeake and 
Potomac Telephone Company of 
Virginia, has been elected to the 
Richmond board of Sovran Bank. 




1960 

J. ROBERT BRAY, executive 
director of the Virginia Port 
Authority, has been named to the 
National G)al Council. Composed of 
113 industry leaders and experts, the 
self-funded, federally-chartered 
council was created in 1984 to 
provide recommendations to the 
executive branch on coal-related 
government and industry issues. 
JOHN M. WELLS, JR., vice 
president of R. H. Kyle Furniture 
Company in Charleston, West 
Virginia, has been named Man of 
the Year by the National Wholesale 
Furniture Association, for which he 
was given the NWFA Distributors© 
Hall of Fame Distinguished Service 
Award. The annual award is for 
outstanding contributions to the 
Association and to the furniture 
industry. Wells has been on the 
board of directors of NWFA since 
1978, serving as chairman in 1984- 
85 and as president in 1983-84. 

1961 

DEAN A. BAILEY has been 
named industrial services 
representative for the Virginia 
Department of Economic 
Development. He will be 
responsible for establishing and 
maintaining contact with chief 
executives of manufacturing 
companies in Virginia. He has been 
in the apparel industry for 17 years 
and he established his own 
management and industrial 
engineering consulting service in 
1980. 

W. RJCHARDCLARKhas 
been named president of the 
Sunglass Division of Bausch & 
Lomb in Rochester, New York. He 
is responsible for all domestic 
operations and worldwide 
manufacturing of the company's 
sunglass business. He joined the 
company in May 1984, as vice 
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Division, and most recently served 
as vice president and general 
manager of the Sunglass Division. 

196} 

NORWOOD H. DAVIS, JR., has 

been elected president and chief 
executive officer of Consolidated 
Healthcare, Inc., the holding 
company for both the Richmond 
and Roanoke-based Blue Cross and 
Blue Shield Plans, for The 
Computer Company, and for five 
other affiliates. He was president of 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Virginia from 1981 to September 
1985, and he has headed 
Consolidated Healthcare since its 
organization in 198^. 

LOWERY D. FINLEY III, 
president of Lowery D. Finley & 
Company in Virginia Beach, has 
been reelected second district 
director of the Independent 
Insurance Agents of Virginia, Inc., 
for the 1985-86 fiscal year. 

GERALD T. GILLIAM was the 
featured speaker at the recent 
annual meeting of the Friends of 
Presrwould. His topic was "A 
Glimpse into the Past — the 1815 
Personal Property Tax Records of 
Virginia." Gilliam is a faculty 
member at Bluestone Middle School 
in Red Oak and the editor of 
"SouthSider," the journal of the 
Charlotte County Branch of the 
Association for the Preservation of 
Virginia Antiquities. 

Dr. JOHN N. McDANIEL has 
been appointed dean of the School 
of Liberal Arts at Middle Tennessee 
State University in Murfreesboro. 
He served a year as interim dean 
while a nationwide search was 
conducted. 

1965 

Dr. SAMUEL B. McLAUGHLIN, 
JR., of the Oak Ridge National 
Laboratory in Oak Ridge, 
Tennessee, has been elected a fellow 
of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. The 
designation recognizes members 
"whose efforts on behalf of the 
advancement of science or its 
applications are scientifically or 
socially distinguished." McLaughlin 
has been investigating the effects of 
air pollution stress on vegetation. 
JULIOUS P. SMITH, JR., of 
the law firm of William, Mullen & 
Christian, P.C, in Richmond, has 
been elected a fellow of the 
American College of Probate 
Counsel. He won the honor for his 
record as an outstanding practitioner 
in the fields of estate planning and 
probate. 

The college, composed of 2,500 of 
the finest probate attorneys in the 
nation and in several countries, is 
committed to law reform. 

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Shown at the swearing-in of Paul M. Peatross.Jr. '68. js General District 
Court Judge for the City of Charlottesville are four oj thefivi Hampden- 
Sydney alumni sitting mi the bench oj the 16th Judicial District of Virginia: 
Judges Ronald R. Tiveel '68. Paul Peatross, Steten H. He/rin '65, and 
William G Barkley. Not pictured is Judge William Alfred Talley '67. 



1966 

JOSEPH W. TUCK has won the 

Associate Member of the Year 
Award from the Independent 
Insurance Agents of Virginia . The 
award is presented annually to an 
associate member who has 
demonstrated professionalism in the 
insurance industry, promoted 
company and agency relations. 



demonstrated excellence in public 
relations, and made civic 
contributions. Tuck is responsible 
for the marketing of commercial 
insurance in Virginia for Aetna Life 
and Casualty. 

1967 
FREDA.JESSERIII,a 

Fayetteville, West Virginia, attorney, 



has been elected to serve a three- 
year term on the West Virginia 
State Bar's Board of Governors. The 
Board directs the work and activities 
of the 3,400-member organization, 
including continuing education 
seminars and public service 
activities. 

J. RUSSELL PARKER III was 
recently featured in the Richmond 
'limes-Dispatch for his plans to 
develop the former Lea Industries 
furniture plant on Hopkins Road in 
Richmond. He bought the property 
with three other investors last 
spring and plans to convert the site 
into an office-warehouse complex. 

JAMES A. ROSENSTOCK, 
JR., has joined the Bank of Virginia 
as an assistant branch manager in 
Petersburg. Previously he was an 
officer at Central Fidelity Bank. 

1968 

WILLIAM P. CARTER is a 

founding principal and executive 
vice president of a new brokerage 
company in Richmond, Financial 
G>rporation of Virginia. The firm is 
the first locally -owned investment 
house to open in Richmond since 
1962. Carter was previously with 
Alex. Brown & Sons, Inc. 

The Hon. PAUL M. 
PEATROSS, JR., has been 
appointed a general district judge in 
Charlottesville, He has practiced law 
in Charlottesville since 1971. 

SAMUEL S. SHIPLETT has 
been named vice president of 
operations for Mast Industries, a 
division of The Limited 
Corporation, in Woburn, 
Massachusetts. He was formerly vice 
president of planning for Aileen, 
Inc. in New York. 

1969 

Dr. DAVID A. ALBERTSON has 

been promoted to associate 
professor of surgery at the Bowman 
Gray School of Medicine of Wake 
Forest University. He has been on 
the faculty since 1978. 

G. FRANKLIN FLIPPIN, a 
partner in the Roanoke law firm of 
Glenn, Flippen, Feldmann & Darby, 
has been elected to the Roanoke 
Valley board of United Virginia 
Bank. 

MICHAEL J. KRUPIN was 
recently featured in a "Richmond 
Profile" sponsored by McGeorge 
Mercedes-Benz in the Richmond 
newspapers. He is president of 
CLU, Ltd., a professional 
corporation specializing in insurance 
and financial needs for physicians. 
He is one of the largest producers of 
personal life insurance in the nation. 

1970 

RANDOLPH L. HALLMAN, 

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Richard 
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Richard Freeman Dunlap, the Pres- 
ident of the Norfolk and Western 
Railroad, sits in his office seven sto- 
ries above the railroad's Roanoke 
yard and tries to explain the central 
fact of his life. "My father worked 
for this railroad," he says, "and died 
when 1 was 13. I was an only child. 
And though I realize that most 
Hampden-Sydney men go on to 
become ministers or attorneys or 
doctors, / loved railroading'' He 
struggles to express the tracklike 
singlemindedness of his career, 
recalling the train trips he took 
with his father, the summers away 
from Hampden-Sydney when he 
worked for the railroad, the long 
years in — the 22 moves to — places 
like Pulaski, Bluefield, Crewe, and, 
always, Roanoke, the town in 
which he was born, the city to 
which he returned and returned 
again, throughout his career, in 
obedience to something more than 
the corporate homing instinct. 
Finally he gives up the attempt to 
explain, says simply, "This railroad 
has been my life," and shrugs as if 
to add: the fact is sufficient. 

Dunlap spent two years at 
Hampden-Sydney as a member of 
the Class of 1944. Hampden- 
Sydney was one of two interrup- 
tions in a life that has, indeed, been 
all Norfolk and Western. The other 
(unplanned) interruption was 
World War II. "I remember vivid- 
ly," Dunlap says, "sitting in the KA 
house on Sunday, December 7th, 
hearing that Pearl Harbor had been 
bombed. In the months that fol- 
lowed, I grew to feel more and 
more strongly that I couldn't sit by 
while our men — boys — fought in 
Europe and the Pacific." So, after 
finishing his sophomore year and 
working a few months for — you 
guessed it — the Norfolk and West- 
ern as a clerk in the traffic depart- 
ment, where his father had once 
been freight manager, he enlisted in 
the army. Four years later, after 
picking up a Purple Heart, a 
Bronze Star, and a Silver Star — that 
last for joining with one other man 
to rebuff a night jungle attack by 
some 150 Japanese — Captain 
Richard Dunlap returned to his job 
as traffic clerk and took up his rail 
road career where he had left it. 



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After New Guinea and the Phi- 
lippines, Dunlap explains, college 
had scant appeal. But neither did 
sitting behind a clerk's desk. "I had 
been outdoors so long," he says 
now, "that I just wasn't comfortable 
inside." So he asked for and got a 
transfer to the engineering depart- 
ment, where he worked as an 
axeman — a private again, hacking 
through bush — and later as a 
chainman and rodman on one of 
the railroad's surveying teams. The 
"re-domestication" of Richard Dun- 
lap might be said to have begun in 
1948, shortly after he left the sur- 
veying team, when he married 
Marie Fallwell of Roanoke, a recent 
graduate of Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College. (They have two 
children, a son and a daughter.) 

Dunlap remains a serious and 
rather stern man, as much soldier 
as businessman in his look and 
manner. He has lived by a soldier's 



faith: "I always thought that if you 
did your (present) job well," he 
once said, "the next one would take 
care of itself." And so, of course, it 
always has. His rise has been a sol- 
dier's rise: steady, disinterested, a 
consequence of devotion more than 
ambition, and — as every soldier 
dreams — always, chastely, relent- 
lessly vertical. He worked in succes- 
sion as roadmaster, yardmaster, 
trainmaster. He never left 
"operations" — the railroad's 
infantry — until he was elevated, like 
a new brigadier, beyond branch or 
departmental concerns. And even 
this promotion was to Assistant 
Vice President for Operations. 
Later Dunlap became Senior Vice 
President for Operations, then 
Executive Vice President; and 
finally, in June 1982, after a career 
spent in one industry, one com- 
pany, one division, he was named 
President. 



Dunlap' s private car, the "Pocahontas," at N&W headquarters in Roanoke 




Today his railroad owns track in 
14 states and one province — 
Ontario — between Norfolk and 
Omaha. Dunlap himself tries to 
inspect all of the railroad's stock, 
track, and bridges at least twice a 
year, riding in the Norfolk and 
Western's last passenger car. He is 
justly proud of the railroad, of the 
fact that it pays taxes, that it 
receives no subsidies from either 
the state or the federal government, 
that it is a productive and profitable 
business. He points out that his coal 
pier in Norfolk is "the largest, fas- 
test, and most modern in the entire 
world," and that it ships "in the 
neighborhood of 21 million tons of 
coal a year to every continent 
except Australia — they have their 
own coal." Coal accounts for 48 per- 
cent of the railroad's traffic; much 
of the balance is related to the auto 
industry. In fact, one of every seven 
cars on U. S. roads today traveled 
aboard the Norfolk and Western 
when new. 

Dunlap is rather flattered, even 
surprised, at the College's interest 
in him. He has, by his own admis- 
sion, not been close to Hampden- 
Sydney since the War cut short his 
studies. That is partly due to the 
extreme busyness of his position: in 
addition to his train travel, he logs 
between 35,000 and 50,000 
air miles each year, flying to Chi- 
cago, to New York, to St. Louis — 
and to Atlanta, home of the Nor- 
folk Southern Corporation, the 
railroad's parent company — to 
attend to his business not only as 
President of the Norfolk and West- 
ern but also as president or a 
member of the board of nearly two 
dozen other and lesser railroads and 
corporations. But it is hard to 
escape a suspicion that his surprise 
stems also from the fact that he did 
not graduate from Hampden- 
Sydney — and therefore feels little 
right to claim the College as his 
own. He is pleased to be reminded 
that William Henry Harrison, 
whom we claim so proudly, spent 
less time at Hampden-Sydney than 
he did, and that, after all, he left to 
fight in World War II. 

At last he speaks of the College. 
"The school meant a lot to me," he 
says quietly, measuring his words 
carefully, "in its traditions, its pro- 
fessors, and my fraternity. There is 
a warm place in my heart — and 
always will be — for Hampden- 
Sydney. You can judge it by the fact 
that though I didn't return to 
Hampden-Sydney 1 didn't go to any 
other college, either." But of that 
company — that life — to which he 
returned instead: "I love this rail- 
road. If I were beginning again, I'd 
choose the railroad business and I'd 
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News Leader, has won first plate in 
the column-writing category of the 
annual American Auto-Racing Writ- 
ers and Broadcasters Association 
contest. His February 17, 1984, 
commentary headlined "At Daytona, 
the wall must come rumbling 
down," was the winning entry. He 
has won six first-place awards in the 
contest since 1976. 

K. MICHAEL KINES has been 
promoted to assistant vice president 
at NCNB National Bank in Tampa, 
Florida. He has served as a credit 
analyst and as a commercial loan 
officer since joining the bank in 
1982 in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

DAVID P. PAUL III was 
recently elected to membership in 
the Pierre Fauchard Academy, an 
international organization of dent- 
ists who have made outstanding 
contributions to the art and science 
of dentistry or to society. He was 
also appointed adjunct instructor for 
the Department of General Dentis- 
try of the Medical College of Virgi- 
nia School of Dentistry. 

1971 

JULIAN DANIEL HARDY, JR., 

an executive vice president for First 
National Bank in Christiansburg, 
has been elected president of the 
Young Bankers Section ( YBS ) of 
the Virginia Bankers Association. 
As president he will preside at meet- 
ings, appoint committees to carry 
out YBS programs, and serve on the 
board of directors of the Virginia 
Bankers Association. 

DAVID C. TRUMBOWER has 
been named principal of Clearbrook 
Elementary School in Roanoke 
County. He had been assistant prin- 
cipal at William Byrd Junior High 
since 1977. 

1972 

ANDREW D. BRIDGFORTH 

has been promoted to regional direc- 
tor of business development, Nor- 
theast Asia, for R.J. Reynolds 
Tobacco International, Inc. He has 
relocated to Hong Kong from 
Tokyo, where he was director of 
finance for Reynolds International 
in Japan. 

HILDRED M. SCOTT, owner 
of Shooting Star Photo Illustration 
in Richmond, showed four photo- 
graphs in a contemporary photo- 
graphy exhibit in Longwood Col- 
lege's Bedford Gallery in September. 

1973 

Dr. LEE T. HELMS has completed 
his naval obligation as staff oph- 
thalmologist at NAS Jacksonville, 
Florida. He and his wife, Sandi, and 
children, Chris (6) and Katherine 
Grace (born December 1984), have 
settled in the Roanoke Valley, where 

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he has joined the Salem Eye Center 
as an eye physician and surgeon. 

1975 

JOHN G. CLARK, JR., has been 
named president of Sutton-Clark 
Supply Company, Inc., in Richmond, 
succeeding his father. He joined the 
company in 1975 and most recently 
served as vice president. 

1976 

Dr JOHN E. BRUSH, JR., who 

recently completed a two-year fel- 
lowship in cardiology at Yale Uni- 
versity, has begun work at the 
National Institutes of Health's car- 
diac catheterization laboratory in 
Bethesda, Maryland. His recent 
study on more efficient care for car- 
diac patients was published by the 
New England Journal of Medicine 
and received attention by the Asso- 
ciated Press. 

The Rev. JOHN OLDMAN III 
has become full-time pastor of the 
Pencader, Delaware, Presbyterian 
Church. He has been serving four 
churches in the area, but the growth 
in the Pencader community led New 
Castle Presbytery to place him there 
full time. 

Dr. KENNETH H. ROBERTS 
has completed his residency in 
Internal Medicine at the Medical 
College of Virginia. He has joined 
three other doctors in private prac- 
tice at Lee-Davis Medical Center in 
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torate from MCV in 1982. 

1977 

JAMES R. BELCHER, JR., is now 

an information officer B for the Vir- 
ginia Department of Highways and 
Transportation, handling all inter- 
nal communications. With Dr. Ron 
Heinemann, professor of history at 
the College, he published an article 
in the fall 1985 edition of Virginia 
Cavalcade on Heros von Borcke, Jeb 
Stuart's chief-of-staff. 

JOHN R. CLARK III is now 
associate general counsel for Stewart 
Investment Company, having left 
private practice in April. He is also 
on the alumni board at St. Stephen's 
Episcopal School for Boys in Alex- 
andria, where he lives with his wife, 
Carrie, and his son, Johnson. 

WILLIAM C. FERGUSON has 
been appointed manager of the 
Merrill Lynch Real Estate Advisory 
and Appraisal Group's newest office 
in Miami, Florida. He was formerly 
a senior member of Cushman & 
Wakefield's appraisal division. 

DAVID D. HUDGINS has 
formed a law partnership with 
Joseph F. Cunningham as Cun- 
ningham & Hudgins in Alexandria. 

ROBERT N. SPRINGER has 
been named assistant vice president 
of the Bank of Virginia in Rich- 
mond. He will be a merger and 
acquisitions analyst in the capital 
markets division. Before joining the 
bank he was a senior financial ana- 



lyst with Mobil Corporation. 

1978 

Dr GEORGE K. BUM- 
GARDNER graduated on the 
Commandant's List from the U.S. 
Army Special Forces Qualification 
Course at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. 
He is presently serving as the Den- 
tal Surgeon of the 7th Special Forces 
Group at Fort Bragg. 

J. SHEPPARD HAW III has 
been appointed to the Patrick Henry 
Memorial Commission, established 
by Governor Charles S. Robb to 
assure that Virginia appropriately 
commemorates Patrick Henry's 
250th birthday during 1986. Several 
promotions and celebrations are 
being planned by the commission. 

Lt. EDWARD V. O'HANLAN 
is now a Staff Advocate with the 
Judge Advocate generals' Gjrps of 
the U.S. Naval Reserves in San 
Diego California. WARING TRI- 
BLE, JR. '80 is stationed at the 
Naval Hospital nearby. 

JOHN THADIEU HARRIS III 
is now an attorney with the United 
Mine Workers of America in Cas- 
tlewood, West Virginia. 

JOHN E. SOMMERS III has 
been promoted to general manager 
of Charlotte Block, Inc., part of the 
North Carolina Construction Div- 
ision of the Solite Corporation of 
Richmond. He will be responsible 
for the production, administration, 
and sales of the Charlotte branch. 
He was formerly a sales representa- 
tive for Kentucky Solite 
Corporation. 

BARRYE L. WALL is an inter- 
national tax attorney with Coudert 
Brothers in Singapore. He gives 
workshops throughout Indonesia. 

1979 

DONALD DAVISON CANT- 
LAY has been named assistant to 
the president at Hampden-Sydney; 
he will handle general operations 
for the president's office and do 
some writing for the College. He 
was formerly a writer with Time- 
Life Books in Alexandria. 

JOHN T. H. CARPENTER 
has been promoted to assistant vice 
president of Bank of Virginia in 
Virginia Beach, where he is a middle 
market development officer. He 
joined the bank in 1983 as a branch 
officer. 

JAMES D. FERGUSON has 
been promoted to director of pur- 
chasing at CB. Fleet Company in 
Lynchburg. He was previously the 
materials manager for Winebarger 
Corporation. 

CLIFFORD G. FERRARA has 
been named sales and marketing 
director for the Sheraton-Charleston 
Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina. 
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Richard 
Cralle '65 



Main Street in Farmville hasn't 
changed much since Richard 
"Dickie" Cralle bought a piece of it 
23 years ago and started selling top- 
brand furniture for bargain- 
basement prices. Nor has much 
changed about Cralle, a Farmville 
native who chose to stay right where 
he was — and made it big. 

Dickie Cralle has quietly made a 
name for himself by discounting 
18th-century reproductions at 40 to 
60 percent off the usual retail mar- 
kup. The brands he carries at Green 
Front Furniture Company are 
among the best in the business — 
Henredon, Henkel-Harris, Statton, 
and Century to name a few. The 
wool rugs that fill his showroom 
come from Romania, India, China 
and Pakistan — at prices that make 
shopping contagious. 

Because prices are what make 
Green Front different. 

These days Cralle's piece of Main 
Street extends to three other build- 
ings. There is a cavernous steel 
warehouse he bought two years ago 
and the old Craddock-Terry shoe 
factory next door. He filled all four 
floors of it. What he can't quickly 
move from the warehouses, he 
shifts to a clearance store just down 
the street. 

"It's not a furniture business," 
Cralle said of Green Front, which 
attracts about $600,000 of business a 
i month and is growing at a rate of 20 
: to 30 percent a year. "It's a 
phenomenon." 

"I've got a philosophy that's not 
supposed to work. This is not sup- 
posed to work." 

So how does he do it? 

Simple, Cralle said. 

"We don't rip people off. They 
know that, and they keep coming 
back." 

There are no frills at Green 
Front. No catalog. No advertising. 
No air conditioning in the ware- 
houses. All deals are strictly cash or 
co.d. And if you stop by on Saturday, 
the busiest day, you will have to 
fight a crowd of nearly 200 shoppers 
for the attention of a handful of 
, interior-design assistants. 

Cralle, 43, is the sole owner and 
buyer for this anomaly. Although he 
has had a taste of Madison Avenue, 
he prefers life in a log cabin on 
; Farmville Lake. Single, attractive 
and unpretentious, Cralle spends his 
spare time deep-sea fishing off Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Green Front's namesake was a 



grocery store that Cralle's late father 
once owned on Main Street. About 
the time Cralle graduated from 
Hampden-Sydney with a bachelor's 
degree in economics, the family 
acquired a building at 316 Main 
Street and put him in charge of 
establishing a furniture business. It 
was just something to keep him 
busy at first, so he offered the fairest 
deals he could afford and learned the 
hard way as he went along. Soon his 
slogan, "Always at the Best Prices," 
had turned skeptics into regular 
shoppers. 

"I treat people like I want to be 
treated,"Cralle said. "It's always been 
discount. It's free enterprise at its 
best." 

He said he once considered 
expanding and moving to Virginia 
Beach, but quickly dispelled the 
notion. 

"I'll never have but one store. You 
can't control it if you do; people steal 



from you. I know people who've 
(franchised) and regretted it." 

Although he sells to a few dealers, 
most of Cralle's business goes to 
well-to-do individuals and young 
professional couples. Business is 
steady during the week, but on Sat- 
urday customers come in droves to 
fill their station wagons, vans and 
rental trucks. Most shoppers live in 
the region, but some travel from as 
far as the West Coast to take advan- 
tage of the bargains. 

Cralle estimates that he sells a 
tractor-trailer full of rugs a month. 
One warehouse floor is devoted to 
displaying handmade Oriental and 
dhurrie rugs that come from Pakis- 
tan, India, Romania, Turkey and 
China. The largest hang from racks, 
while scores of others are piled high 
around the room. 

In most ways, Cralle is doing 
nothing new. North Carolina dis- 
counters have been running ware- 



house operations for years, appeal- 
ing to out-of-state travelers who will 
go far and wide for high quality at 
low prices. 

Fran and Bill Poole of Richmond 
came to Green Front with a mis- 
sion: to furnish their living room. 

"I canvassed the city of Rich- 
mond," Fran Poole said. "Overall, 
the selection is not as wide as it is 
here. Some of the sales are compar- 
able, but here I don't have to wait for 
a sale. Here it's all year round." 

As for Cralle, he's confident of his 
venture. "I've had dealers say you 
can't make money with these pri- 
ces," he said. "But the proofs in the 
pudding." 



Adapted, with permission, from an 
article by Aimee Cunningham in 
The Virginian-Pilot and Ledger- 
Star, Sunday, August 4, 1985 (Fl-2). 



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He is responsible for directing the 
convention sales markets and adver- 
tising for the hotel. He has been 
with the Sheraton for three years, 
formerly serving as sales manager. 

WALTER P. SMITH III is now 
a senior bond representative in the 
Commercial Insurance Division of 
the Aetna Casualty and Surety 
Company in Richmond. 

JOHN M. QUARLES, JR., is 
now a commercial loan officer with 
Mellon Bank of North America in 
San Francisco. He received an MBA 
degree from William and Mary in 
1982. 

1980 

PHILLIP V. ANDERSON has 

joined the Roanoke law firm of 
Gentry, Locke, Rakes & Moore. 

RONALD BATLINER, JR., 
has opened a new law office in Vir- 
ginia Beach, where he lives with his 
wife, Diana Jean Morris Batliner. He 
is a 1983 graduate of the Marshall- 
Wythe School of Law at William 
and Mary College. 

CHARLES M. DIETZ has been 
promoted to sergeant in the 4th U.S. 
Marine Division in Wheeling, West 
Virginia. 

W. OVERTON McGEHEE has 
been assigned to the Southside 
bureau of the Richmond Times- 



Dispatch, after serving the news- 
paper as an intern for two-and-a- 
half years. He has moved to Prince 
Edward County and covers seven 
counties from his Farmville office. 

First Lt. GEORGE R. PREAS, 
JR., is a pilot in the U.S. Air Force 
stationed for the next three years at 
Williams Air Force Base in Phoenix, 
Arizona. He is married to the 
former Mary Tilton Rodenberg, 
Randolph-Macon class of 1981. 

JAMES A. WHITEHEAD has 
been elected banking officer at 
Wachovia Bank and Trust in 
Raleigh, North Carolina. He joined 
Wachovia in 1980 as a retail credit 
analyst. 

1981 

LOWELL PATTERSON III was 

recently featured in Union Trust 
Today, the magazine of Union Trust 
Company in Baltimore, where he is 
a credit trainee. "I use my liberal arts 
background as much as my business 
degree," he said in reference to his 
Hampden-Sydney education. He 
also holds a MBA from William and 
Mary. 

Lt R. DOUGLAS ROSS, who 
joined the U.S. Navy in July, recently 
reported for duty with the 2nd Force 
Service Support Group, Camp 
Lejeune, North Carolina. 



WILLIAM HUNTER MOR- 
GAN, JR., graduated from T.C. 
Williams Law School in Richmond 
in May and has joined the law firm 
of White, Hall, Mullen, Brumsey, 
and Small in Elizabeth Ciry, North 
Carolina. 

1982 

JAMES E. CAIN has been named 
manager of a new Richmond office 
of the Wachovia Mortgage Com- 
pany. He had been a mortgage 
officer for the company's Greenville, 
South Carolina, office. 

WILLIAM H. CARR has been 
promoted to banking officer with 
Wachovia Bank and Trust Company 
in Raleigh, North Carolina. He has 
also been elected chairman of the 
Junior Management Committee of 
the bank. He continues to travel a 
great deal in Virginia. 

CURTIS D. GORDON has 
been designated a Surface Warfare 
Officer in the U.S. Navy, for which 
he received the gold SWO Insignia. 
He has trained for two years aboard 
a Navy surface ship. 

JEFFREY S. HOLLAND is a 
telemarketing account executive 
with AT&T Communications in 
Reston. 

GAVIN D.JEFFS has been 
promoted to division manager in 



the Philadelphia headquarters of 
Whitehall Laboratories. He will be 
responsible for all facets of sales and 
merchandising of over-the-counter, 
non-prescription drugs and toiletries 
in the eastern Pennsylvania area. He 
joined Whitehall's sales division in 
Raleigh, North Carolina, in Febru- 
ary, 1985. 

ALEXANDER R. JORDAN is 
now an investment broker for John- 
ston, Lemon & Company at the 
Tyson's Corner office in Northern 
Virginia. 

STEVEN W. KNOTT has been 
commissioned a second lieutenant in 
the U.S. Marine Corps and has 
begun flight school in Corpus 
Christi, Texas. 

THOMAS H. MILLER has 
joined the Roanoke law firm of 
Gentry, Locke, Rakes & Moore. 

JON A. PACE is a new com- 
mercial account manager trainee 
with United Virginia Bank of 
Lynchburg/ Roanoke. He was pre- 
viously director of annual giving at 
the College. 

1983 

DAVID E. CULLEN, JR., is a 

family services counselor at the 
Boy's Home, Inc., in Covington. 
BRADFORD S. PFEIFER has 

been promoted to an account execu- 



Sons of Alumni in the Class of 1989 



Among the freshmen this fall will 
be twelve sons of alumni, whose 
pictures appear below There are 



also ten brothers of alumni, twelve 
nephews, thirteen cousins, three 
grandsons, and four great- 



grandsons. In the freshman class of 
309, there are twenty Juniors, two 
lis,' fifteen Ills, four IV's, and one 



V. The most popular nicknames are 
Chris (at nineteen), James (at 
fifteen), and David (at thirteen). 




inn 



Andrew Ames 

Richmond 

Charles Ames '58 



Thomas Farmer, Jr. 

Austin, Texai 

Thomas Farmer, Sr. '60 



Kenneth Finger 

Great Falls 
Dennis Finger '66 



Walter Grubb III 

Charlotte. N. C. 

Walter Grubb, Jr. V 



Fred Hamlin III 

Roanoke 

Fred Hamlin, Jr. '57 

(deceased) 




James McVey 

Richmond 

George McVey '61 





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Robert Nelson 

Roanoke 

William Nelson, Jr. '62 



Wesley Rawls 

1 'irginia Beat b 

Holman Rawls III '63 



Boyd Reamey 

Richmond 

Gordon Reamey '66 



Kinckle Robinson 

Pamphn 

Richard Robinson'62 



David Wilson 

Richmond 

David Wilsonjr. '63 



George Wood 
Clifton Forgi 

Joseph Wood '60 



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tive with Home Mortgage Corpora- 
tion in Brookline, Massachusetts, 
where he has worked since the fall 
of 1984. He is also the chairman of 
the Men's Road Running Commit- 
tee for the Greater Boston Track 
Club, and is the class agent chairman 
for his prep school. The Derryfield 
School in Manchester, New 
Hampshire. 

1984 

D. FREDERICK HELM III is 

now with Connecticut Mutual in 
Alexandria. 
CHARLES M. LEWIS II is now 

• a campaign assistant with the 
Charlottesville-Albemarle United 
Way agencies. 
THOMAS J. ROBERTSON 
1 has completed the Officer Indoctri- 
, nation School at the Naval Educa- 
tion and Training Center in New- 
port, Rhode Island. He joined the 
Navy in April 1984. 

1985 

MICHAEL R. BOUDREAU is a 

. graduate assistant at the University 
of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, 
where he is pursuing his doctorate 
in English. 

GREGORY A. BRANDT is 
teaching 9th and 10th grade English 
at St. Andrews School in Boca 
Raton, Florida. During the summer 

, he was one of 20 students from Vir- 

: ginia named to the Governor's Fel- 
lows Program, under which he 

■ served as an assistant to the Secre- 
tary of Education. 

EDWARD A. DICKENSON 
is a teacher and cross country coach 

i at Buckingham County High School. 
He won the fifth Harvest Festival 
10K Race, with a time of 34:40, on 

, October 12 in South Hill. 

RICHARD S. GODSEY is now 

1 with Plummer Printing Company, 
Inc., of Petersburg. 

MICHAEL B. HAMILTON is 
a new commercial account manager 
trainee with United Virginia Bank 
of Lynchburg/Roanoke. 

BRIAN HOEY is teaching 
chemistry, physics, and algebra at 
Southampton Academy in Court- 
land. He is also the assistant foot- 
ball, basketball, and baseball coach. 
STEVEN W. NEAL is a new 
commercial account manager trainee 
with United Virginia Bank of 
Lynchburg/ Roanoke. 



Please send notices about alumni 
neus to Class Notes, in care of John 
Waters, Alumni Director, 
Hampden-Sydney College, 
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Advanced Studies 
& Degrees 

I960 

The Rev JAMES H. GRANT, 
JR., minister of the First Presbyter- 
ian Church in Lexington, North 
Carolina, has received a Doctor of 
Ministry degree from McCormick 
Theological Seminary in Chicago. 
His thesis for the doctorate was 
"Entering Into the Covenant Rela- 
tionship of a Local Congregation." 

1966 

CHARLES W. CRIST, JR., has 

received a Master of Business 
Administration degree from the E. 
Claiborne Robins School of Business 
of the University of Richmond. He 
has also been elected to Beta 
Gamma Sigma, the National 
Honorary Business Fraternity. He 
now lives in Charleston, West Vir- 
ginia, where he is an assistant comp- 
troller for C&P Telephone Com- 
pany, responsible for the financial 
operations of C&P of West Virginia. 

1972 

Dr. ROBERT DAVID KING has 

received a Doctor of Dental Surgery 
degree from the School of Dentistry 
of The Medical College of Virginia. 
A cum laude graduate, he was 
awarded the Academy of Operative 
Dentistry Award for outstanding 
clinical performance in operative 
dentistry. He will practice in 
Purcellville. 

1975 

HUNTER C. BELL is in his senior 
year at the School of Dentistry of the 
Medical College of Virginia. He has 
served three years on the MCV 
Honor Council and Appeals Court, 
and he is a member of Alpha Sigma 
Chi, a university honor society. His 
wife, Betty, is teaching in Crewe, and 
they have two sons. Hunter Jr. (age 
5 ) and Stuart Whittaker ( age 1 ). 

Dr.VINSTON J. GOLDMAN 
earned a doctoral degree in psychol- 
ogy from the University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is now a 
staff psychologist at the Orange- 




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Person-Chatham Mental Health 
Center in Chapel Hill and is also in 
part-time practice in Durham. 
Dr MICHAEL C. BAUGHAN 
has earned a doctorate in optometry 
from the Pennsylvania College of 
Optometry in Philadelphia. He will 
practice as staff optometrist with 
Richmond Eye Surgeons/Virginia 
Eye Institute in Richmond. 

1980 

WILLIAM E. HARDY has earned 

a Master of Business Adminstration 
degree from The Colgate Darden 
Graduate School of Business Admin- 
istration at the University of Virgi- 
nia. He has assumed a position in 
the Investment Banking Group of 
Sovran Bank in Richmond. 

WADE H. O. KIRBY is now in 
New York after earning a Master of 
Fine Arts degree in acting from Vir- 
ginia Commonwealth University. 
His senior thesis production was a 
musical review consisting of eleven 
Broadway show runes. 

1981 

W. DUDLEY BASS is working on 
a Master of Fine Arts degree in crea- 
tive writing at Virginia Common- 
wealth University, where he 
attained a 4.0 average for the spring 
semester. He is active in the outdoor 
club. 

1982 

CORYDON B. BUTLER, JR., has 

been elected president of the Stu- 
dent Government Association of the 
Medical College of Virginia for the 
1985-86 school year. He is presently 
in his fourth year of dental school in 
Richmond. 

W. SCOTT CAMPBELL, a 
third-year law student at West Vir- 
ginia University, has won the 
"Annual Writing Award" from the 
West Virginia Law Review. 

BRIAN H. DUNBAR is now a 
graduate student at George Mason 
University. 

NELSON H. FISHER has 
graduated from the T.C Williams 
School of Law of the University of 
Richmond. He has begun a clerk- 
ship with the Supreme Court of 
Virginia. 



Dr EDMUND A. HOOKER 

has graduated from Eastern Virginia 
Medical Schix>I and has begun his 
residency in emergency medicine at 
the LIniversity of Louisville. 

SEAN D. WALLACE has 
received his Juris Doctor degree 
from the University of Maryland. At 
a special law school graduation 
ceremony, he was recognized for 
having served on both the Man laud 
Law Review staff, which requires an 
extraordinary talent for legal scho- 
larship and writing, and the Moot 
Court Board, which requires above- 
average appellate advocacy skills. He 
was also a semi-finalist in the Mor- 
ris B. Myerowitz Moot Court Com- 
petition, and he is listed in Who's 
Who Among American Lau School 
Students. He is now with the law 
firm of Knight, Manzi, Brennan and 
Ostrom in Prince George County, 
Maryland, where he specializes in 
civil and criminal litigation. 

Marriages 

Former president of the College 
JOSEPH CLARKE ROBERT 

married Sara Cross Squires in Alex- 
andria on May 12, 1985. 

1975 

JOHN AUSTIN KINCANNON 

married Marcia Augsberger in 
June 198-4, in Washington, DC. 
They live in Sacramento, California, 
where he is now a communications 
engineer with Wismer and Becket. 

1977 

PHILIP T. DISTANISLAO.JR., 

was married to Virginia Morehead 
Gates of Chesterfield on October 26, 
1985, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church 
in Petersburg. 

BRETT R. SMITH was married 
to Bonnie Claire McMillian of Hous- 
ton, Texas, on April 27, 1985, at 
First Presbyterian Church in 
Lynchburg. 

MICHAEL D. WARD was 
married to Jill Kathryn Lallier on 
May 25, 1985, in Driver, Virginia. 
He is in his second year as a staff 
attorney for the Division of Legisla- 
tive Services in Richmond. 

1979 

JOHN M. QUARLES, JR., was 

married to Beth Ann Goldbach on 
July 4, 1985, at Saint Joseph Chapel 
at Seton Hill College in Greensburg, 
Pennsylvania. They will live in San 
Francisco. 

1980 

KEVIN LEE BEALE was married 
to Elizabeth Covington Irby on Sep- 
tember 7, 1985. They will live in 
Richmond, where he is an area sales 
manager for John T Bryant, Inc., a 

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medical sales company based in 
Atlanta. 

E. SCOTT BOZE III was mar- 
ried to Susan Lee Appich on July 20, 
1985, at Grace Covenant Presbyter- 
ian Church in Richmond. 

J. RANDOLPH STOKES was 
married to Carolyn Kelly Outten,a 
fellow law student at T.C Williams 
Law School, on August 10, 1985. 
They plan to live in Norfolk after 
graduation in May 1986. 

1981 

J. BRUCE COLEMAN was mar- 
ried to Lori Welch on August 3, 
1985. He is a computer analyst in 
Littleton, Colorado. 

SCOTT L. MOORHEAD was 
married to Sharie K. Schulz of 
Raleigh, North Carolina, on August 
10, 1985. Moorhead is a sales repre- 
sentative with U.S. Gypsum Com- 
pany in Charlotte, North Carolina, 
and he lives in Columbia, South 
Carolina. 
1982 

WILLIAM S. SMITHERS III was 
married to Kimberley Olsen Green 
of Mobile, Alabama, on August 31, 
1985, at Dauphin Way United 
Methodist Church in Mobile. They 
will live in Roanoke. 

1983 

KEVIN LEE SLATTUM was 

married to Patricia Kay Wagner of 
Virginia Beach on June 1, 1985, at 
Peace Lutheran Church in Virginia 
Beach. They will live in Richmond. 

HERBERT MORTON BEN- 
NETT was married to Lea Alison 
Sparks of Morristown, New Jersey, 
on August 3, 1985, in The Presbyter- 
ian Church on the Green in Morris- 
town. Ushers included SAMUEL 
HOLLINGSWORTH '82, KYLE 
JOHNSON '84 and JAMES 
NOTTINGHAM 83. Bennett is 
the manager of the Oak Hill office 
of Fayette County National Bank. 

HOWARD PERRY COBB III 
was married to Kimberly Beth 
Ginader of Vestal, New York in 
August 1985. 

BRIAN S. THOMAS was mar- 
ried to Carla Marie Fastabend of 
Lynchburg on September 4, 1985, at 
Holy Cross Catholic Church in 
Lynchburg. He is director of annual 
giving at the College. 

1984 

THOMAS J. ROBERTSON, JR., 

was married to Lelia Marsh Baldwin 
on June 15, 1985, in Richmond. 
SUTTON P. BALDWIN '84 
served as an usher. 



Births 



SODEN, a son, Shaun Patrick 
Soden, on May 1, 1985, in 
Richmond. 

1972 

To Mr. and Mrs. BRUCE B. 
HOPKINS, a son, Johnston 
Cooper Hopkins, on October 5, 
1985, in Memphis, Tennessee. 

1973 

To Mr. and Mrs. EDWIN S. 
MARTIN, JR., a son, Scott Fergu- 
son Martin, on September 8, 1985, 
in Lynchburg. 

1974 

To Dr. and Mrs. R.CLAY 
McCLUNGJR., a daughter, 
Kathryn Leigh McClung, on May 14, 
1985, in Birmingham, Alabama. 

1975 

To Mr. and Mrs. EVERETT A. 
HELLMUTH III, a son and first 
child, Jon Cameron Hellmuth, on 
March 4, 1985, in Alexandria. 

To Mr. and Mrs HOWARD B. 
WATERS, a son, Leonard Sander- 
son Waters, on September 1, 1985, 
in Newport News. 

1976 

To Mr. and Mrs. CARL E. 
EASON, JR., a daughter and first 
child, Margaret Kelly Eason, on July 
30, 1985, in Suffolk. 

To Mr. and Mrs. JAMES B. 
O'HARA, a son, William Spencer 
O'Hara, on July 31, 1984, in Farm- 
ville. The O'Haras have another son, 
Jonathan, age three. 



1978 

To Mr. and Mrs. C. KEITH 
LOVE, a son, Charles Keith Gray- 
son Love, on September 27, 1985, in 
Wilson, North Carolina. 

1979 

To Mr. and Mrs. DONALD DAV- 
ISON CANTLAY, a daughter and 
first child, Eliza Reid Cantlay, on 
May 6, 1985, in Washington, DC. 

To Mr. and Mrs. STEPHEN J. 
CHU, a son, Byron Alexander Chu, 
on August 20, 1985, in Huntsville, 
Alabama. 

To Mr. and Mrs. JAMES DEAN 
FERGUSON, a son, Benjamin 
Kyle Ferguson, on August 27, 1985, 
in Lynchburg. 

To Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH P. 
MARCHETTI, JR., a son, Joseph 
Peter Marchetti III, on November 6, 

1984, in Richmond, where Mar- 
chetti is working for Synco Proper- 
ties, which specializes in leasing and 
managing commercial properties. T 
W. OLDFIELD, a daughter, Lindsay 
Adam Oldfield, on May 1 3, 1985, in 
Columbia, South Carolina. 

1980 

To The Rev. and Mrs. J. SELDEN 
HARRIS, JR., a son and first child, 
James Selden Harris III, on March 9, 

1985, in Virginia Beach. Young 
Selden's ties to Hampden-Sydney go 
back several generations: he is the 
son of The Rev. J. Selden Harris, Jr., 
'80; the grandson of Dr. James S. 
Harris, Sr., '53; the great-grandson 
of the late A. Epes Harris, Sr., '06; 
the great-nephew of Dr. A. Epes 



The Hampden-Sydney contingent at the wedding of Curia and Brian 
Thomas '83: Bill Tyler '83, Joe Nicholson '83. Andy Cook '81, Neal 
Nichols '83. Jon Pace '82. Jeff Holland '82. Brian Thomas '83. Will 
White '85, John Dickinson '8 i Jack Prestia '81 Howard Cobb '83, and 
Mark Kelly '83. 



Harris, Jr., '47; and the great-great- 
grandson of the late Captain James 
Madison Harris, a trustee of the Col- 
lege at the turn of the century. 
To Mr. and Mrs. S. MARC 
SHERROD, a son, Caleb Gray 
Sherrod, on October 20, 1985, in 
New land, North Carolina. 

1981 

To Mr. and Mrs. RICHARD C. 
PARKER, a son, Richard C Parker, 
Jr., on October 29, 1985, in Atlanta. 

1983 

To Mr and Mrs. CHRISTOPHER 
A. YIM, a daughter, Rachel Eliza- 
beth Yim, on September 30, 1985, 
in Richmond. 



Deaths 



1968 

To Mr. and Mrs. DENIS F. 

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1917 

JAMES RAYMOND MORTON, 
JR., a structural engineer for the 
federal government for 30 years, 
died in Washington, DC, on March 
9, 1985, at age 90. A native of Chat- 
ham, he was a descendant of Cap- 
tain John Morton, the founding trus- 
tee of Hampden-Sydney for whom 
Morton Hall was named. The pic- 
ture of Captain Morton which now 
hangs in Morton Hall was brought 
to the College in 1969 through the 
efforts of James Morton and Mrs. 
William Parsons. 

After attending Hampden- 
Sydney in 1913-14, Morton trans- 
ferred to Davidson College, grad- 
uating in 1917. He spent two years 
in the U.S. Navy and graduated 
from the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology in 1922. He was a 
member of the Jamestown Society 
and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, and 
served as a deacon in the Presbyter- 
ian Church for many years. As a 
structural engineer in design and 
construction of public buildings, he 
worked on the restoration of the 
White House during the Truman 
administration. After retirement he 
worked for eight years on plans for 
the subway system in Washington. 

1919 

JOSEPH BARRYE WALL, editor I 
and publisher of The Farmville 
Herald for 64 years, died on October 
4, 1985, at age 86. While doing 
postgraduate work in 1920, Wall 
founded the Hampden-Sydney 
Tiger, taught sub-freshman Latin, 
reopened the College Shop, and ran 
a taxi service between Farmville and 
Hampden-Sydney. The College 
elected him to honorary member- 
ship in ODK, a national leadership 
fraternity, in 1929, and awarded him 
an honorary doctorate of letters in 
1978. He was one of four genera- 
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He bought The Farmville Herald 
in 1921 and was for a time its only 
employee. His title at his death was 
publisher and editor emeritus. His 
son, WILLIAM B. WALL 50, is 
general manager, and a grandson, 
W. BIDGOOD WALL, JR. 75 is 
editor and publisher. He once de- 
scribed the hometown newspaper as 
' "the last bulwark of constitutional 
government." His editorials cham- 
pioned conservative causes, Demo- 
cratic politics, and industrial growth 
for more than a half-cenrury. In the 
| 1950's and early 1960's his editorials 
reflected deep-seated local govern- 
ment opposition to integrating pub- 
lic schools, a move he viewed as a 
violation of the doctrine of separate- 
but-equal. The newspaper backed 
I the closing of Prince Edward County 
J schools, a situation that lasted four 
] years. When federal courts ordered 
I the schools to reopen in 196-4, how- 
ever, Wall urged cooperation, noting 
that the courts must be obeyed. 
While The Herald generated 
most attention during the state's 
period of so-called massive resist- 
ance. Wall also guided it to numer- 
ous journalism awards and saw it 
grow from a weekly paper with a 
circulation of 1 ,000 to one that is 
published three times a week with a 
9,000 circulation. Wall was a past 
president of the Virginia Press 
Association and a recipient of the 
Association's W.S. Copeland Award 
for community service in 1955. The 
newspaper received the National 
Editorial Association cup for the 
best special section in 1935. 

Born in 1898 above his father's 
Main Street dry-goods store, Wall 
was a community fixture, serving 26 
years, until 1954, on the Town 
Council, and serving on numerous 
civic organizations. He was one of 
the organizing officers of the Farm- 
ville Area Development Girpora- 
tion and served actively on its board 
of directors for a number of years. 
He was a charter member and past 
president of the Farmville Lions 
Club, a charter member of the 
Prince Edward Ruritan Club, and an 
honorary member of the Farmville 
Jaycees. He was a Mason, a member 
of the Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows, and a charter member of 
the Modern Woodmen of America. 
He helped to found Southside 
Community Hospital in 1927 and 
was a past president of the hospital's 
board of directors. He also helped 
organize the Weyanoke Hotel. He 
was a charter member of the Prince 
Edward School Foundation and 
served on the executive committee 
of Prince Edward Academy from its 
founding. He was a member of 
Johns Memorial Episcopal Church. 




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1920 

Dr. ROBERT WYLDER BUGG, 

a former teacher, administator, and 
headmaster at St. Christopher's 
School in Richmond, died on 
October 13, 1985, in Richmond. He 
began his career at St. Christopher's 
as a math and science teacher in 
1920, just after his graduation from 
Hampden-Sydney. In 1927 he was 
named assistant to the headmaster 
and in 1940 was selected as senior 
master. He was chosen as headmas- 
ter in 1951 and retired in 1964. 

1921 

The Reverend JOHN BROOKE 
BITTINGER, 85, died on August 
13, 1985, injacksonville, Florida. A 
graduate of Hampden-Sydney and 
Union Theological Seminary he 
began his ministry at Old Stone 
Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg, 
West Virginia. He was pastor of 
First Presbyterian Church in Amory, 
Mississippi, and Glen Leven Presby- 
terian Church in Nashville, Tennes- 
see. After a chaplaincy in the U.S. 
Navy, in 1946 he became pastor of 
Second Presbyterian Church in 
Nashville until 1966, when he went 
to Riverside Presbyterian Church in 
Jacksonville, Florida, as Minister of 
Visitation. Although he officially 
retired in 1972, he continued to 
serve churches in the Jacksonville 
area, namely First Presbyterian, St. 
Johns Presbyterian, and the Mayport 
Presbyterian Church, where he 
preached on the Sunday preceding 
his death. 

1923 

The Reverend ABNER ROBERT- 
SON, a Presbyterian minister and 
retired executive director of the Vir- 
ginia Association for Mental Health, 
died in July 1985 in Richmond. He 
received a bachelor of divinity 
degree from Union Theological 
Seminary and was ordained in 1926, 
serving as a minister in Charles City 
County and later at Forest Hill 
Presbyterian Church in Richmond. 
In 1937 he became executive direc- 
tor of the Virginia branch of the 
National Ginference of Parents and 
Teachers, and in 1953 he became 




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executive director of the Virginia 
Association for Mental Health, retir- 
ing in 1965. During retirement he 
served as a supply minister to 
churches in Amelia and Dinwiddie 
counties. He was a former member 
of the Richmond Rotary Club and 
the Richmond Torch Club, an edu- 
cational organization. He was also a 
member of Hermitage Country 
Club. 

1926 

Dr DAVID ROBERT REVE- 
LEY, a teacher for 50 years at sev- 
eral schools and colleges, including 
Hampden-Sydney, died on June 18, 
1985, at his residence in Lovingston. 
He was an assistant professor of 
English and mathematics and a pro- 
fessor of education at Hampden- 
Sydney from 1935 to 1942 and from 
1946 to 1950. He also coached foot- 
ball and track. During World War II 
he served as a U.S. Armed Guard 
and became assistant operations 
officer for the U.S. Naval Armed 
Guard Center in Brooklyn, New 
York. He later became executive 
officer and commanding officer of 
the Navy V-12 Unit at Swarthmore 
College in Pennsylvania. After 
receiving a doctorate from the Uni- 
versity of Virginia in 1950, he 
taught at several colleges and retired 
in 1978 from Meredith College in 
North Carolina, where he was 
chairman of the education depart- 
ment and director of teacher train- 
ing. He returned to Virginia in 1984 
and settled in Lovingston. He was a 
native of Birmingham, Alabama. 
Reveley was a former member of 
Phi Delta Kappa fraternity, the 
National Education Association, the 
North Carolina Education Associa- 
tion, the North Carolina Association 
of Teacher Placement, and the 
South Atlantic Philosophy of Educa- 
tion Society. He was a member of 
Rockfish Presbyterian Church. 

JOHN GIBSON REVELEY, 
JR., retired principal of Smithfield 
High School in Smithfield, died on 
March 9, 1985. He held a Master's 
degree from the College of William 
and Mary, and he did graduate work 
in chemistry at the University of 



Virginia. Ater retiring from Smith- 
field High School, he taught in the 
Newport News school system and 
at Isle of Wight Academy. He was a 
past president of the Virginia High 
School League and a member of 
Trinity United Methodist Church, 
where he taught the Ladies' Bible 
class and once served on the admin- 
istative board. He was a past presi- 
dent of the Smithfield Rotary Club 
and a member of the Smithfield 
German Club. He was a native of 
Highland Gmnry. 

1928 

WILLIAM WYANT WHAR- 
TON, a partner in the Harrison- 
burg law firm of Wharton, Aldhizer, 
and Weaver, died on September 2 1 , 
1985. After graduating from 
Hampden-Sydney he attended the 
University of Virginia and was 
admitted to the bar in 1931. He 
served as police justice for Harri- 
sonburg in 1932-36 and as city 
attorney in 1936^10. During World 
War II, he served with Naval Intel- 
ligence in the Atlantic, Pacific, and 
Mediterranean, and taught at the 
Naval Intelligence School in New 
York City. 

He was a past member of the 
Virginia State Bar's council and 
executive committee, and served on 
the Virginia Bar Association's execu- 
tive committee in 1975-77. He was a 
member of the Federation of Insur- 
ance Counsel; the International 
Society of Barristers; the National 
Association of Railroad Trial Coun- 
sel; and the Harrisonburg- 
Rockingham, Virginia, and Ameri- 
can Bar associations. He was a 
fellow in the American College of 
Trial Lawyers. He was a member of 
the First Presbyterian Church of 
Harrisonburg, The Elks Lodge, and 
the Masonic Lodge, and he founded 
the Harrisonburg Lions club. 

1931 

The Rev. NATHANIEL H. 

WOODING, a physician and Epis- 
copal priest, died on September 13, 
1985. The Richmond Times- 
Dispatch described his as a "mystic 
and poet who prided himself on 
being in the people business," and 
as a "colorful character, well-known 
in Halifax County, especially for the 
help he gave people." In Halifax he 
was priest-in-charge of Emmanuel 
Episcopal Church and a member of 
Saint John's Episcopal Church and 
practiced medicine in his River Bend 
Clinic on Main Street. He was also a 
member of the Halifax Town Coun- 
cil, had served on the Halifax 
County Board of Supervisors, and 
was the county medical examiner. 

Wooding served in the U.S. 
Army as a dentist's assistant in 
Panama and he later rejoined and 

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served as a nurse in Europe during 
World War II. He attended Long 
Island Medical School and com- 
pleted his intership at the Medical 
College of Virginia. In 1973 he 
entered Virginia Theological Semi- 
nary in Alexandria and was 
ordained. 

The Halifax County Historical 
Society called Wooding "the most 
dedicated and useful all-around citi- 
zen of the county recently" and 
honored him with a resolution stat- 
ing: "Dr. Nathaniel Wooding served 
the county for many years and had 
an abounding interest in its history. 
He was always concerned about the 
county and its people." 

1936 

DALLAS J. OGDEN, a retired 

real estate broker, insurance agent, 
and building contractor, died on Sep- 
tember 2, 1985. He was a member 
of the American Legion, the Shrin- 
ers, and the Masons, and a past 
member of the National Association 
of Real Estate Boards, the South 
Charleston Housing Authority, and 
the Kanawha Rock and Gem Club. 
He was also a member of the First 
Presbyterian Church of Charleston, 
West Virginia. He helped found the 
Kanawha Valley Genealogical 
Society and he was a Navy veteran 
of World War II. He is survived by 
his wife, Thelma Hoy Lawson 
Ogden. 

1940 

JAMES DE ARING CHRIS- 
TIAN, JR., chairman of N.B. 
Handy company in Lynchburg, died 
on October 15, 1985. He was a 
former member of the Lynchburg 
Planning Commission and a former 
president of the Lions Club, the 
Chamber of Commerce, the Lynch- 
burg Fine Arts Center, and Central 
Virginia Industries. He was also 
president of Release, Inc., and a 
former chairman of the National 
Council of Camps Farthest Out. A 
ruling elder and active Sunday 
school teacher at First Presbyterian 
Church in Lynchburg, he was a lay 
theologian who spoke internation- 
ally. He is survived by his wife, Mar- 
garet S. Christian. 

1958 

FREDERICK HUBBARD 
HAAR, owner and pharmacist of 
Lloyd's Rexall in Charlottesville, 
died on June 7, 1985. He was a grad- 
uate of the School of Pharmacy of 
the Medical College of Virginia and 
a member of the Virginia Student 
Aid Foundation, the Virginia Bas- 
ketball Club, and Sigma Chi Frater- 
nity. He served on the board of dea- 
cons at First Baptist Church of 
Charlottesville. He was a native of 
Greenville, North Carolina. 

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College Family 

CHARLES W. BONDURANT, 
JR., who taught at Hampden- 
Sydney from 1950 to 1956, died on 
August 18, 1985, in Roanoke. He 
went to Roanoke College in 1956 as 
a professor of chemistry and chaired 
the department from 1966 to 1976; 
he was instrumental in getting 
Roanoke College accredited by the 
American Chemical Society, and 
formed the Maroon Club to boost 
athletics. In 1981 he was named 
profesor of the year by Circle K and 
retired in 1984. A graduate of 
Emory & Henry, he earned Master's 
and Doctor's degrees from VPI&SU, 
where he had started his teaching 
career. 

HERMAN DUNCAN, retired 
superintendent of buildings and 
grounds at the College, died on 
November 24, 1985; he was 79. A 
campus institution, Duncan was 
born near the College and began to 
work here as a teenager. During his 
43 year career, he oversaw the con- 
struction of the back of Winston 
Hall (which saved most of the book 
collection from destruction when 
the library burned in 1941 ), Eggles- 
ton Library, Gilmer Hall Science 
Center, and the Whitehouse Resi- 
dence Halls, and the Hampden 
House units. Called back from 
retirement, he supervied the remo- 
deling of Graham Hall into the Stu- 
dent Center. Duncan served as a 
deacon at College Church. His 
nephew, Warren Kernodle, now 
holds his old post. 



Alumni Office Update 

CLUB MEETING REPORTS 

Birmingham 

Birmingham, Alabama, area 
alumni, parents, and friends met 
on Friday, September 13, 1985, at 
the Country Club of Birmingham. 
This was on the eve of the Tigers' 
football victory over Samford 
University. Fifty-five people were 
present to hear remarks from 
President Bunting and view a slide 
show of the College, which is util- 
ized by the Admissions Office. 
Other Hampden-Sydney officials 
in attendance were John Waters 
'58 (Director of Alumni Rela- 
tions), Carmen Palladino (Head 
Football Coach), Wil Chassey 
(Athletic Director), Bob Jones 
(Dean of Admissions), Joe Lam- 
may (Sports Information Direc- 
tor), and David Cantlay 78 
(Assistant to the President). Slade 
Screven '81 served as the Bir- 
mingham contact for this 
meeting. 

Alleghany Highlands 
The Alleghany Highlands 
Hampden-Sydney Club held its 
annual fall meeting on September 
25 at the home of Fred '61 and Pat 
Johnson in Covington. The John- 
sons served a superb dinner for 
the 21 guests, after which Alumni 
Director John Waters '58 and 
Athletic Director Wil Chassey 
spoke about current developments 
at Hampden-Sydney. Bill Wilson 
'60 is the current president of the 
Alleghany Club. 

Augusta/Rocki ngham 
On October 30 the Augusta/Rock- 
ingham Hampden-Sydney club 
gathered at the historic Belle Grae 
Inn (which is the former family 
home of Mrs. P. T. Atkinson) in 
Staunton for dinner and a pro- 
gram entitled "Hampden-Sydney 
Then and Now" presented by Dr. 
Graves Thompson '27, Walter 
Blair Professor Emeritus of Latin. 
Dr. Thompson's talk was illus-- 
trated by the vast collection of 
slides which he has taken during 
his lengthy service at the College. 
Mrs. Leila Thompson accompan- 
ied her husband to Staunton, from 
Hampden-Sydney, along with 
John '58 and Sally Waters. Chuck 
Ricketts 74, President of the 
Augusta/ Rockingham Club, pre- 



sided at the meeting, which 
attracted 32 people. 

Southside 

The new Forum Building served 
as the on-campus site for the 
November 13 gathering of the 
Southside Hampden-Sydney Club. 
A large crowd of 75 alumni, par- 
ents, and friends turned out to 
hear an update on the College by 
President Bunting. Farmville sur- 
geon Dr. Tony Muhoz was recog- 
nized at the meeting for his many 
contributions to the Farmville and 
Hampden-Sydney communities. 
Southside Club President Sumner 
Pugh '57 served as the master of 
ceremonies. 

Eastern Carolina 
Bob Rogers, Professor of Religion 
and Director of the Honors Pro- 
gram, and John Waters '58, Direc- 
tor of Alumni Relations, spoke to 
the members of the Eastern Carol- 
ina Hampden-Sydney Club at its 
annual meeting at the Ramada 
Inn/Crabtree in Raleigh on 
November 18. Club president 
Greyson Quarles '63 introduced 
the college representatives to the 
33 alumni, guests, and parents 
who were present for the dinner 
meeting. 

Danville 

The Hampden-Sydney Club of 
Danville, under the leadership of 
Bob Whitt 78, met for cocktails 
and hors d'oeuvres at the home of 
Martin '38 and Jessie Donelson in 
Danville on Thursday, November 
2 1 . Twenty-eight persons 
attended the function, where they 
heard comments from Head 
Football Coach Carmen Palladino 
and Director of Alumni Relations 
John Waters '58. 

Tidewater 

The annual winter dinner meet- 
ing of the Hampden Sydney Club 
of Tidewater took place on 
Thursday, December 5, 1985, at 
the Norfolk Yacht and Country 
Club in Norfolk. The featured 
speaker was Miss Anita Garland, 
Associate Dean of Admissions, 
who described the successful sys- 
tem of student recruiting con- 
ducted each year by Hampden- 
Sydney to enroll a full freshman 
class. 

Alumni Director John Waters 
'58 also spoke on a few items of 



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interest which have taken place 
recently on the Hill. George 
Peters from the Development 
Office, Head Lacrosse Coach Ray 
Rostan, and 1 10 alumni, guests, 
and parents from the Tidewater 
area attended the meeting. 



Senior Receptions 

The Office of Alumni Relations 
was the host for a series of recep- 
tions during the fall at Hampden 
House, the campus Alumni Asso- 
ciation headquarters, for this year's 
seniors, the Class of 1986. The 
receptions serve as an early intro- 
duction for the seniors to the 
many activities coordinated by the 



Office of Alumni Relations for the 
general Alumni Association. 



Luncheon Meetings 

The Hampden-Sydney Club of 
Roanoke has inaugurated a 
monthly luncheon series which is 
held the second Tuesday of each 
month at the 4 Parrotts Restau- 
rant in the Patrick Henry Hotel in 
Roanoke. For information contact 
Morris Turner 77, Hampden- 
Sydney Club of Roanoke presi- 
dent, at (703) 563-6608. 

The Hampden-Sydney Club of 
Richmond and the Hampden- 
Sydney Club of Washington, D.C., 
have continued their monthly lun- 



cheon gatherings this year. The 
Richmond meeting is held on the 
first Tuesday of each month 
(except for January and February) 
at the Commonwealth Club in 
Richmond. For information con- 
tact Jeff Gayle 71 at (804) 782- 
5758. The Washington Club lun- 
cheon is held at different locations 
in the Northern Virginia area on 
the first Thursday of each month. 
Jamie Painter '66 is the club presi- 
dent and may be contacted at 
(703)471-2500. 

The Hampden-Sydney Club of 
Lynchburg will be holding a lun- 
cheon meeting each quarter. The 
fall meeting was held at T. C. 
Trotter's on October 23, where a 



large crowd was on hand to hear 
Carmen Palladino, Hampden- 
Sydney's head football coach. The 
next luncheon is scheduled for 
January 1986. For information 
contact Royston Jester '69 at (804) 
528-5858. 



At the Alleghany-Highlands club meeting in the home of Pat and Fred Johnson '61 in Covington: Rowena LeHeu; Dr. Allen LeHeu; Frank Kinzer 
27, Pat Johnson. Wallace Nunley '45, Marguerite Nunley. Aubrey Hall, and Bill Wilson '60. 




At the Birmingham. Alabama, club meeting in the Country Club of Birmingham: the Reverend Mark Waldo. John Gant '85, Mary Burge, Tucker 
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Parting Shots 

Forty years ago in Baltimore, Mrs. 
Edgar G. Gammon flinched as she 
broke a bottle of champagne across 
the bow of the Hampden- Sydney 
Victory — the only ship known to 
have been named for the College. 
The ship was launched just in time 
to be used for the happy task of 
bringing soldiers (among them 
Technical Sergeant Jimmy Stewart) 
home from the war. 

The bottle used that sultry July 
14, 1945, wrapped in red-white- 
and-blue ribbon, reposes to this day 
in a walnut casket in the Museum 
at Hampden-Sydney; the ship itself, 
when last traced, was still afloat 
(unlike most of its sister Victory 
ships), as a Turkish freighter with a 
Turkish name. 

The Hampden-Sydney Victory, July 14, 1945 




ACADEMIC CALENDAR 






1985-86 




Second Semester 


JANUARY 




14 


Tuesday 


All students report 


15 


Wednesday 


Classes begin 


22 


Wednesday 


Last day of Add Period 


FEBRUARY 




12 


Wednesday 


Last day of Drop Period for 
Upperclassmen 


26 


Wednesday 


Deficiency reports due in 
Records Office 


MARCH 




5 


Wednesday 


Last day of Drop Period for 
Freshmen 


7 


Friday 


Spring break begins after 
classes 


17 


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3 


Thursday 


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11 


Friday 


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fall semester 


29 


Tuesday 


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30 


Wednesday Study day 


MAY 




1 


Thursday 


Study day 


2 


Friday 


First day of exams 


4 


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Study day 


7 


Wednesday 


Last day of exams 


11 


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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 




THE 
1984-85 

HONOR 

ROLL 

OF 

DONORS 





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1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



A Letter from the President 



There is no more accurate measure of a man's regard for 

his school than his generosity to it. He has taken, in the 

word of the proverb, all the wood he wanted; but he is 

leaving the woodpile high. On behalf of eight hundred sons 

of Hampden-Sydney now with us, and generations to come, 

my profound thanks. And our almost inexpressible 

gratitude to the men and women, often parents and 

grandparents, sometimes trustees, not themselves alumni 

of Hampden-Sydney but generous supports of our work all 

the same. Your testimonial remains an inspiration to us. 

This College moves from strength to strength. Considering 

the character of our past and the constancy of our 

supporters, and the continuing demand for admission to 

Hampden-Sydney, what has happened here is unsurprising. 

I hope you will visit the campus to see for yourselves. 



With warmist regards, 




V Josiah Bunting III 




JOSIAH AND DIANA BUNTING 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



SOURCES OF GIFT INCOME, 1984-85 




1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



THE ANNUAL FUND: AN EXEMPLARY YEAR 



June 30th, 1985 
marked the end of a 
banner year for 
Hampden-Sydneys' 
Annual Fund. The Col- 
lege received national 
recognition when it was 
ranked 4th in the coun- 
try for percentage of 
alumni participation in 
annual giving. A record 
62% of our alumni con- 
tributed nearly $600,000 



to the $1,130,388 total 
Annual Fund. The suc- 
cess of Hampden- 
Sydney's Annual Fund 
has been recognized by 
the Council for 
Advancement and Sup- 
port of Education which 
has awarded the College 
a total of four U.S. Steel 
Alumni Incentive 
Awards. 

Each year from July 
1st to June 30th, 



Hampden-Sydney solic- 
its support from her 
alumni, parents, friends, 
corporations, founda- 
tions and churches — the 
components of the 
Annual Fund. Contribu- 
tions made to the 
Annual Fund supple- 
ment the general oper- 
ating budget at the Col- 
lege. Tuition revenue 



and endowment income 
account for approxi- 
mately 90% of the 
funds needed annually. 
The Annual Fund 
accounts for the remain- 
ing 10%. 

The key to the suc- 
cess of Hampden- 
Sydney's fundraising 
efforts is participation — 
not just from alumni, 
but from parents, 



AVERAGE ALUMNI GIFT 



$200 
(Projected) 




1980-81 



1981-82 



1982-83 



1983-84 



1984-85 



1985-86 









friends, corporations, 


money is most needed 


the undesignated por- 


Overall performance 


foundations, and 


to ensure that it will be 


tion increases. Each 


in the Annual Fund has 


churches as well. 


used to meet the Col- 


year, the College sets a 


continued to improve 


Hampden-Sydney 


lege's highest operating 


goal for undesignated 


over the years. A key 


enjoys generous support 


priorities. During the 


gifts to the Annual 


indicator is the steady 


from all of her 


1984-85 fiscal year, 


Fund. This is revenue 


increase in the number 


constituencies. 


undesignated gifts 


that the College relies 


of donors — specifically 


The Annual Fund 


accounted for 77% of 


on to meet its annual 


alumni and parent 


depends on undesig- 


the total gift income. 


$9.6 million budget. If 


donors. (See table) 


nated gifts which sup- 


Designated operating 


this goal is not met, 


While the average 


port the most impor- 


accounted for 10% and 


individual departments 


alumni gift has 


tant line items in the 


restricted gifts 


suffer as they are forced 


increased over the years, 


operating budget. 


accounted for 13%. It is 


to cut back on their 


last year it dropped by 


Undesignated support 


vital for the continued 


budgets. 


$7. This is a cause for 


allows the College to 


success of the fund that 




concern. Because 


determine where the 






Hampden-Sydney has a 



RANGE of FLEXIBILITY for ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS 



Undesignated Gifts (the most 
flexible for College use) 

77% 



Designated Gifts 
(Operating Funds )- 
10% 





Restricted Gifts 
(Non-operating Funds)- 

13% 




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ANNUAL FUND PERFORMANCE GROWTH 



ALUMNI: 

PARENTS: 

FRIENDS: 

TOTAL: 

ALUMNI 
PARTICIPATION: 

NUMBER OF 
PARENT DONORS: 



1980-81 

$597,998 

122,486 

92,152 

1,130,388 

62.0% 

586 



1981-82 

$574,127 
103,933 
124,255 

1,054,255 

59.0% 
452 



1982-83 

$486,809 

97,761 

107,378 

991,950 

56.6% 

428 



1983-84 

$439,072 

77,582 

120,666 

899,166 

55.2% 

415 



1984-85 

$371,742 

52,294 

66,592 

854,800 

50.8% 

384 



limited market of 
potential donors, it is 
important that the Col- 
lege not only maintains 
a high level of participa- 
tion, but more signifi- 
cantly a high level of 
giving. The goal for the 
1985-86 Fund year is to 
increase the average 
alumni gift to $200. 

The Society of 
Founders, composed of 
those individuals who 
contribute $1,000 or 
more to the College, has 



1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



grown considerably over 
the past few years. This 
group is, in effect, the 
back bone of the 
Annual Fund. The 
Founders Committee, a 
group of 20 devoted 
men, has done an out- 
standing job in recruit- 
ing new Founders and 
persuading current 
Founders to increase 
their level of support. 
The Society now boasts 
well over 300 members. 
More and more alumni, 
parents, and friends are 



becoming aware of the 
Society of Founders and 
of the importance of 
Annual support. An 
analysis of Hampden- 
Sydneys top twelve 
alumni clubs demon- 
strates this, (see table) 
These statictics are very 
encouraging and testify 
to the great loyalty of 
our constituents. 

A relatively new 
element of the Annual 
Fund — but one which 
deserves much 



attention — is the Senior 
Class Campaign. Since 
its induction in the 
spring of 1983, the level 
of young alumni partic- 
ipating in the Annual 
Fund has grown 
tremendously. 

This program was 
established in an effort 
to educate the "soon-to- 
be" alumni on the 
importance of the 
Annual Fund. A group 
of 15-20 Senior Class 



CURRENT REVENUES 1984-85 



Tuition & 
Fees 



Auxiliary 
Enterprises 



Private 
Gtfts 



Federal & 
State Grants 



Endowment 
Income 




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CURRENT EXPENDITURES 1984-85 




Auxiliary Scholarships 

Enterprises & Fellowships 




Plant 
Operation 



Institutional Student 
Support Services 



Library, 
Research, etc. 



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Agents solicit pledges 


impact on the Annual 


to raise $25.5 million, 


Fund. It is vital that our 


from their classmates 


Fund. Our young 


was launched in January 


constituents support 


for the next year's 


alumni are a strong 


of 1985. To date, nearly 


both the capital and 


Annual Fund. Now in 


foundation on which to 


$17 million has been 


annual needs of the 


its fourth year, the 


build, and getting them 


committed. Much of the 


College. 


results of the Senior 


in the habit of support- 


revenue raised by this 




Qass Campaign have 


ing their alma mater 


important Campaign 




been excellent. In 1983, 


ensures the strength of 


will help satisfy some of 




63% of the Senior Class 


this College. 


the most critical capital 




pledged; 78% of the 


The Campaign for 


needs of the College, 




Class of '84 pledged; 


Hampden-Sydney, 


but the basic operations 




and a remarkable 82% 


which includes the 


of the College depend 




of the Class of 85 


Annual Fund, continues 


heavily on the Annual 




pledged This effort has 


to gain momentum. 






had an incredible 


The Campaign, a three- 
and-one-half year effort 







ALUMNI PARTICIPATION NATIONALLY 



1982-83* % 

1. Dartmouth 66.6 

2. Williams 65.4 

3. Centre 63.4 

4. Randolph-Macon 62.6 

5. Gustavus Adolphus 61.3 

6. Amherst 61.1 

7. Siena 61.0 

8. Union (NY) 59.1 

9. Wesleyan (CT) 56.8 

10. Hampden-Sydney 56.6 

11. Swarthmore 56.2 

12. Bowdoin 55.7 

13. Holy Cross 55.5 

14. Hamilton 54.1 

15. Mount Holyoke 53.8 

16. Middlebury 53.7 

17. Wellesley 53.1 

18. VM1 52.6 

19.CalTech 52.1 

20. Lafayette 50.6 

21. St. Lawrence 50.4 

22. Princeton 50.2 

23. Pomona 50.0 

24. Colgate 49.4 

25. Whitman 48.6 



1983-84 " % 

Centre 68.7 

Dartmouth 67.9 

Williams 65.6 

Siena 63.8 

Gustavus Adolphus 61.4 

Randolph-Macon 60.8 

Wesleyan (CT) 60.4 

Amherst 60.3 

Hamilton 60.0 

Hampden-Sydney 59.0 

Princeton 58.9 

Swarthmore 58.5 

Union (NY) 57.5 

Lehigh 57.2 

Holy Cross 56.9 

Bowdoin 56.2 

Mount Holyoke 54.2 

Wellesley 54.0 

Lafayette 534 

VMI 52.2 

Sweet Briar 52.0 

Pomona 50.8 

Middlebuty 50.7 

Colgate 50.4 

Whitman 50.2 



1984-85"* % 

Centre 74.1 

Dartmouth 66.5 

Williams 66.3 

Amherst 62.0 

Hampden-Sydney 62.0 

Gustavus Adolphus 61.1 

Hamilton 61.0 

Wesleyan (CT) 60.2 

Swarthmore 60.1 

Siena 60.0 

Princeton 59.4 

Lehigh 58.0 

Union (NY) •••• 57.5 

Randolph-Macon 57.0 

Holy Cross 56.4 

Randolph-Macon Woman's . . . 55.0 

Bowdoin 54.9 

Wellesley 54.1 

Lafayette 530 

Beloit 53.0 

Mount Holyoke 52.9 

Middlebury 52.3 

Whitman 51.0 

CalTech 50.4 

Bates 50.0 



NOTES: 



* Source — 1982-83 Voluntary Support of Education, prepared by CFAE 
** Source — Lextngton Herald-Leader 



••• Source — In-home survey 
**** Estimated figure 



1984-85 ANNUAL FUND ANALYSIS BY CLUBS 



CLUB 

RICHMOND 

DC 

TIDEWATER 

ROANOKE 

LYNCHBURG 

EAST CAROLINA 

CHARLOTTESVILLE 

PENINSULA 

PETERSBURG 

CHARLESTON, W V 

PIEDMONT 

DANVILLE 



TOTAL 














TOTAL 


MEMBERS 


ALUMNI 


83-84 % 


DOLLARS 


FRIENDS 


DOLLARS 


DOLLARS 


1603 


1106 


6365 


$161,783 


497 


$203,437 


$34,202 


688 


431 


58.93 


33,444 


257 


47,639 


14,195 


685 


421 


57.72 


46549 


264 


46,949 


12,020 


418 


283 


66.08 


33,908 


135 


39,643 


5,735 


330 


206 


63.11 


21,317 


124 


23,234 


1,917 


279 


219 


64.84 


14,146 


60 


17,091 


2,945 


237 


163 


52.15 


10,135 


74 


19,162 


9,027 


219 


148 


62.84 


22,686 


71 


26,511 


3,825 


174 


126 


57.14 


11,714 


48 


11,714 


1,868 


145 


108 


49.07 


9,532 


37 


9.607 


75 


145 


100 


68.00 


11.502 


45 


14,027 


2,525 


131 


69 


62.32 


3,425 


62 


5,200 


1775 




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1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



ALUMNI PARTICIPATION 
AND CONTRIBUTIONS 



Alumni Participation (%) L 
Alumni Contributions ($) ||j|ji| 



$257,462 




42% 



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1984-85 









THE 1985 SENIOR CLASS CAMPAIGN 


The Senior Class Cam- 


Most seniors sign up for 


to the Annual Fund, and 


alumni who have contri- 


paign is designed to give 


an extended pledge plan, 


they keep the alumni par- 


buted to the 1984-85 


seniors both an introduc- 


with increasing amounts 


ticipation figures up — 


Annual Fund; it is, rather, 


tion to their duty as 


in each of the first five 


both of which are in many 


a list of future alumni 


alumni, in supporting 


years after graduation. 


ways far more important 


who have pledged to the 


their alma mater, and an 


None of the pledges is for 


than the dollar amount 


1985-86 Annual Fund 


easy way to begin doing it. 


a great amount of money, 


new alumni bring in. 


through the Senior Class 


During their last year 


since the College knows 


The following members 


Campaign (members of 


in school, students make a 


that students fresh out of 


of the Class of 1985 have 


the Class of 1985 who 


pledge to the Annual 


school will often have 


made pledges to the 1985 


have contributed to the 


Fund, a pledge payable by 


limited discretionary 


Senior Class Fund, payable 


1984-85 Annual Fund are 


June 30 of their first full 


funds. But steady gifts 


by June 30, 1986. Unlike 


listed on page 34). 


year after graduation. 


from new alumni have 


the rest of this Honor 






two benefits: they get the 


Roll, this is not a list of 






new alumni used to giving 







James David Auen 
John W. Ames 
Eric E. Apperson 
John B. Aponte 
George William Bailey 
John T. Baker 
Scott J. Banning 
Benjamin L Bartlett 
John E. Basilone 
Scott C. Blanchard 
David W. Blankenship 
Gary W. Boswick 
Laurence D. Bragg 
Gregory Alan Brandt 
Warren Bannon 
Greg W. Brooks 
Brian E. Brotzman 
William A. Brown 
Alton Bryant 
Michael A. Burchett 
Harry E. Butcher 
David B. Camden 
Bradley H. Cary 
Bruce W. Case 
Kenneth A. Cerf 
W. Mark Conger 
F. Neil Cowan 

Senior Participation 



Jeffrey A. Curley 
Peter S. Dent 
Edward A. Dickenson 
Robert Dietz 
Robert M. Duke 
Kirk Edens 
Marshall Farmer 
William H. Farthing 
J. Scott Finney 
H. Todd Flemming 
John A. Gant 
James D. Gibson 
Richard S. Godsey 
John I. Gray 
Matthew G. Hankins 
Thomas A. Hickman, Jr. 
Mark Hinckley 
J. Christopher Hodge 
Michael J. Hodge 
JohnW. Hollowell.JR. 
William J. Hubbard 
Robert W. Hultslander 
Joel C. Hutcheson 
Clyde B. Kelly 
William Patrick Kelly 
C Burke King 
B.James Lanham 



Robert R. Lawson 
John H. Lineweaver 
Joseph W. Lipscomb 
James B. McCraw 
David P. McEnderfer 
Christopher McGee 
William J. McGoIrick 
Joseph E. Mclnnis 
Jay D. Mitchell 
Brian A. Moore 
Derrik R. G. Morris 
Steven W. Neal 
Paul C. Nunnally 
Craig S. Oakes 
Kenneth G. Pankey, Jr. 
Douglas A. Parsons 
Julius W. Peek 
G. Baxter Peffer 
Joseph J. Pierce 
William Banks Peterson 
Peter R. Quarles 
Michaux Raine IV 
Richard E. Rogers 
Richard A. Rossetti 
Allan A. Sanders 
Albert W. Schyman 
James D. Secor 



1983 
63% 



1984 
78% 




David B. Simmons 
Bradley S. Simms 
John A. Simpson 
Bradley S. Smith 
Bradford R. Smith 
John F. Stecker 
John Stevenson 
Philip A. Suazo 
J. Edmund Tankard 
William Tavenner 
Jonathan N. Terry 
Turner B. Thackston 
Donald Winston Thomson 
Timothy H. Thompson 
William G. Trevarthen 
Andy Trovillion 
William L.Usnik, Jr. 
Timothy P. Veith 
J. David Walker 
Frank L. Wheeler 
William M. White 
H. Ashton Williamson 
D. Scott Williamson 
Philip B. Young 
Berkley W. Young 









THE FOUNDERS CLUB 1984-85 




Honoring Donors 


of $1000 or more 




SENIOR FELLOWS 


Mr. and Mrs. John H. 


Mr. Richard C Parker '81 


Mr. David N. Martin '52 


($10,000 or more annually) 


Friend, Jr. 


Mrs. Karen Parker 


(T) 




(Jeff '84— deceased) 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Mrs. Charlotte Martin 


Mr. Thomas N. Allen '60 


Mont Rose, Alabama 


Mr. E. Claiborne Robins 


Richmond, Virginia 


(T) 


Mr. J. B. Fuqua HD 72 


Mrs. Lora Robins 


Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson 


Mrs. Rebecca Allen 


Mrs. Dottie Fuqua 


Richmond, Virginia 


McNeely III 


Richmond, Virginia 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Mr. A. Trigg Sanders '35 


(Charles '86) 


Mr. George S. Arnold 


Mr. John L Gibson II 


Mrs. Martha Sanders 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Blair Gibson 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. C W. Middleton 


Mrs. P. T. Atkinson 


(John '82) 


Mr. John B. Sartain '65 (T) 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


(Tulane '41 and Bill '48) 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Merrily Sartain 


Mr. Malcolm R. Myers '57 


Hampden-Sydney, 


Mr. James W. Gordon, Jr. 


Dallas, Texas 


Pepper Pike, Ohio 


Virginia 


'32 (T) 


Mr. William D. Selden V 


Mr. W. Kemp Norman, Jr. 


Mr. T. Kyle Baldwin '39 (T) 


Mrs. Margaret Gordon 


70 


(T) 


Mrs. Mary Baldwin 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Margaret Selden 


Mrs. Susan Norman 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mr. William B. Graham '43 


Richmond, Virginia 


(Kemp '82) 


Mr. A. Leslie Ballard (T) 


Mrs. Mary Graham 


Mr. W. Sydnor Settle '55 


Wadmalaw Island, South 


Mrs. Carol Ballard 


Irvington, Virginia 


(T) 


Carolina 


Houston, Texas 


Mr. Thomas O. Gwaltney, 


Mrs. Noel Settle 


Mrs. William T Reed, Jr. 


Mr. Robert W. Banning 


III '43 


New Vernon, New Jersey 


(T) 


Mrs. Mary Jane Banning 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mr. Walter D. Shields '44 


(William '56 and Frederic 


(Scott '85 and Jim '87) 


Mr. HHiter Harris, Jr. (T) 


Mrs. Ann Shields 


•63) 


Hyattsville, Maryland 


Mrs. Elizabeth Harris 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 


Mr. William C. Boinest '54 


(Hirer III '83) 


Mr. Lawrence N. Smith '59 


Mr. Robert M. Richardson 


(T) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Sally Smith 


■38 (T) 


Mrs. Jane Boinest 


Mr. William R Hill, Jr. '36 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson 


Richmond, Virginia 


(T) 


Mrs. Laurence E. Tierney 


Bluefield, West Virginia 


Mr. Patrick H. Booth, Jr. '42 


Mrs. Bethene Hill 


Bluefield, West Virginia 


Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Richard M. Venable, Jr. 


'60 (T) 


Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. 


Mr. Irvin G. Horner 


'50 


Mrs. Kaye Spalding 


'51 


Mrs. Novella Horner 


Mrs. Evelyn Venable 


Richmond, Virginia 


Newport News, Virginia 


(Irvin, Jr. '86 


Charleston, West 


Mr. William F. Spotswood, 


Mr. J. P. McGuire Boyd '64 


Moseley, Virginia 


Virginia 


Jr. '34 


Mrs. Hylah Boyd 


Mr. Charles G. Johnson '26 


Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63 


Mrs. Sally Spotswood 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Jean Johnson 


Mrs. Penelope Viar 


Irvington, Virginia 


Mr. William A. Carrington 


Greenville, South 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Dr. Edgar N. Weaver '39 


'38 


Carolina 


Dr. Herbert D.Wolff, Jr. 


Mrs. Evelyn Weaver 


Mrs. Norvell Carrington 


Mr. W. Robert Jones 


'27 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Sue Jones 


Mrs. Anne Wolff 


Mr. William P. Woodley 


Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. 


(Mark '83) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 


•63 (T) 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 






Mrs. Mary Ann Cartledge 


Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. '56 






Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Dolores Keating 


FELLOWS 


ACTIVE MEMBERS 


Mr. Arthur E. Carver, Jr. '36 


Middleburg, Virginia 


($5,000 to $9,999 annually) 


($1,000 to $4,999 annually) 


Mrs. Lois Carver 


Dr. Edwin L Kendig.Jr. '32 






Montross, Virginia 


HD71 


Anonymous 


Anonymous 


Mr. Frank J. A. Cilluffo 


Mrs. Emily Kendig 


Mr. Andrew C Britton 


Mr. Nathaniel H. Acker 


New York, New York 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Lillian Britton 


Mrs. Mary Acker 


Mr. H. Hawes Coleman '25 


Mr. Edwin L Kennedy (T) 


Richmopd, Virginia 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Rustburg, Virginia 


New York, New York 


Mr. Royal E.Cabell, Jr. '43 


Mr. Copeland E. Adams '31 


Dr. Dorothy F. Cooney 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


(T) 


Mrs. Frances Adams 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mrs. Geri Leggett 


Mrs. Kathleen Cabell 


Blackstone, Virginia 


Mr. Gene B. Dixon, Jr. '65 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Joseph C. Addington,Jr. 


(T) 


Mr. S. E. Liles HD '81 


Mr. Edward J. Campbell (T) 


Mrs. Anne Addington 


Mrs. Barbara Dixon 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Newport News, Virginia 


(Clark '85) 


Dillwyn, Virginia 


Mrs. John C. Metcalf 


Dr. Albert R Gillespie '33 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mr. Alexander Donnan '12 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Louise Gillespie 


Mr. Alfred A. Adkins IH'51 


— deceased 


Dr. Richard A. Michaux '34 


Staunton, Virginia 


Mrs. Polly Adkins 


Mrs. Virginia Donnan 


(T) 


Mr. Charles M. Guthridge 


Richmond, Virginia 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mrs. Julia Gray Michaux 


'68 (T) 


Mr. Robert B. Arthur 


The Hon. John A. Field, Jr. 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Elizabeth Guthridge 


Petersburg, Virginia 


'32 


Mr. Rodney B. Mitchell (T) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Hugh C Bailey, Jr. 


Mrs. Colleen Field 


New York, New York 


Mrs. Fred H. Hanbury.Jr. 


Mrs. Joan Bailey 


Naples, Florida 


Mrs. Claiborne B. Morton, Jr. 


Farmville, Virginia 


(Coyt '88) 


Mr. S. Douglas Fleet (T) 


(Claiborne III '83) 


Dr. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. 


Jackson, Mississippi 


HD'80 


McLean, Virginia 


'42 


Mr. William F. Banner 72 


Mrs. Helen Fleet 




Mrs. Barbara Johnston 


Greensboro, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


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South Boston, Virginia 

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Dr. William C. Barger 25 




Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45 


Dr. W. Randolph Chitwood, 


Mr. Clayton W. Eisinger '60 


Fort Lauderdale, Florida 


Jr. '68 


Mrs. Marcia Eisinger 


Mrs. Cornelia Goddin 


Mr. N. C. Barnhart.Jr. 


Mrs. Tamara Chitwood 


Rockville, Maryland 


Richmond, Virginia 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Greenville, North Carolina 


Mr. John C Ellis, Jr. 70 


Mr. Lewis B. Goode, Jr. '50. 


Mr. Frederick W. Beck, Jr. '38 


Mr. James D. Christian, Jr. 


Mrs. Janet Ellis 


Mrs. Martha Goode 


Mrs. Mary Beck — deceased 


'40 — deceased 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Rita Christian 


Mr Lewis C. Everett '63 


Mr. Frank S. Goodman 


Mr. James L. Beckner '68 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Sarah Everett 


Mrs. Carol L. Goodman 


Mrs. Carol Beckner 


Mr. E. Eugene Cooke '58 


Richmond, Virginia 


(Scott '82) 


Nashville, Tennessee 


Mrs. Mary Jane Cooke 


Mr. F. Marcus Fariss '79 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Mr. Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. '37 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Mrs. Lore Fariss 


Mr. W. Robert Grafton (T) 


Mrs. Martha Bedinger 


Mr. David F. Cowan 


High Point, North Carolina 


Mrs. Patricia Grafton 


Boydton, Virginia 


Mrs. Rosa Maude Cowan (T) 


Mr. Philip S. Farrand 


Washington, DC. 


Mr. George C Bird '57 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Mrs. Betty Farrand 


Mr. W. Lawson Grant '69 


Mrs. Margaret Bird 


Mr. John W. Craddock '55 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Joyce Grant 


Monterey, Virginia 


Mrs. Emily Craddock 


Mr. W.Gilbert Faulk, Jr. '65 


Temple, Texas 


The Reverend Robert Bluford, 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Patricia Faulk 


Dr. George L. B. Grinnan '57 


Jr. '45 


Mr. S. Daley Craig, Jr. '51 


Yardley, Pennsylvania 


Mrs. Karon Grinnan 


Mrs. June Bluford 


Mrs. Dorothy Craig 


Mr. William G Ferrell 71 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Stuart Ferrell 


Mr. R. Bryan Grinnan III '57 


Mrs. Dewitt Quarrier Blundon 


Mr. Richard F. Cralle.Jr. '65 


New York, New York 


Mrs. Patricia Grinnan 


Charleston, West Virginia 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mr. William H. Flannagan '40 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Elisabeth S. 


Mrs. T. Edward Crawley 


HD76 


Mr. Joseph F. Hadel'39 


Bocock — deceased 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mrs. Kathryn Flannagan 


Arlington, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Dr. John A. Cross, Jr. '54 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mr. Nathan B. Hall '39 


Mrs. Raymond B. Bottom 


Mrs. Virginia Cross 


Mr. G. Franklin Flippin '69 


Sanibel, Florida 


(Raymond '51) 


Newport News, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Flippin 


Mr. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. 


Hampton, Virginia 


Mr. John H. Cross '44 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Olivia Hardin 


Mr. James N.Boyd '58 


Spartanburg, South Carolina 


Mrs. George H. Flowers, Sr. 


(Haywood '86) 


Mrs. Therese Boyd 


Mr. Douglass C Crummett '43 


Richmond, Virginia 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Olive Crummett 


Dr. Russell E. Fox '38 


Mr. Edward S. Harlow, Jr. '58 


Mr. Otis H.Bradley, Jr. '63 


Charleston, West Virginia 


Mrs. Thelma Fox 


Mrs. Sandra Harlow 


Austin, Texas 


Mr. Alfred T. Curlee '47 


Hampton, Virginia 


Reidsville, North Carolina 


Mr. Edward L. Breeden, Jr. '26 


Mrs. Daphane Curlee 


Mr. George C. Freeman, Jr. '52 


Mr. Robert G.Harper '38 


HD'73 


Key Largo, Florida 


Mrs. Patricia Freeman 


Mrs. Jeannette Harper 


Mrs. Virginia Breeden 


Mr. Richard M. Currence 


Fredericksburg, Virginia 


Chevy Chase, Maryland 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Rebecca Currence 


Mr. William C French '57 


Mr. H. Hiter Harris III '83 


Dr. Rufus Brittain '21 


(John '87) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Jil Harris 


Mary Elizabeth Johnston 


New Orleans, Louisiana 


Mr. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. 


Boston, Massachusetts 


Brittain 


Dr. Edward G Davis, Jr. '42 


'61 


Mr. Fred N. Harrison, Jr. 


Tazewell, Virginia 


Mrs. Doris Davis 


Mrs. Charlotte Frischkorn 


Mrs. Mary Calvin Harrison 


Mr. Gardiner T. Brooks, Jr. '51 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Virginia Brooks 


Mr. Norwood H. Davis, Jr. '63 


Mr. William deV. Frith 


Mr. C. WillardHartJr. '49 


Williamsburg, Virginia 


(T) 


Mrs. Sally Frith 


Mrs. Dabney Hart 


Mr. J. Stewart Bryan 


Mrs. Patricia T Davis 


(Bill '85) 


Falls Church, Virginia 


Mrs. Alice Bryan 


Richmond, Virginia 


Bermuda 


Mr. Scott M. Harwood '65 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. James W. Dennis 


Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. '42 


Mrs. Susan Harwood 


Mr. Josiah Bunting III (S) (F) 


Mrs. Pat Dennis 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mrs. Diana Bunting 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Leigh S. Fultz '67 


Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. '51 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mr. William D. Dickinson, Jr. 


Mrs. Elizabeth Fultz 


(T) 


Mr. William T Butler, Jr. '62 


'30 


Winston-Salem, North 


Mrs. Martha Anne Hatcher 


Mrs. Susan Butler 


Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson 


Carolina 


Greenwich, Connecticut 


Gloucester, Virginia 


Street, Maryland 


Mr. Mark M. Gambill 72 


Dr. W. H. Hazlett '39 


Mr. Donald Davison Cantlay 


Mr. August A. Dietz III '46 


Mrs. Lou Gambill 


Kingston, Pennsylvania 


79 


Mrs. Carolyn Dietz 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Frank S. Heidelbach '42 


Mrs. Patricia Cantlay 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. William R. Gardner, Jr. '57 


Mrs. Catherine Heidelbach 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mr. Charles M. Dietz '52 


Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner 


Rowayton, Connecticut 


Mr. R. Dabney Carson '35 


Mrs. Betty Dietz 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. John Heilshorn 


Mrs. Virginia Carson 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Ernest P. Gates '45 (T) 


Mrs. Helen Heilshorn 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mr. R T Dooley.Jr. 


Mrs. Virginia Gates 


(Mark '86) 


Mr. Franklin J. Carter '56 


Charlotte, North Carolina 


Chesterfield, Virginia 


Garden City, New York 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. William Birch Douglass 


Dr. Arthur S. Gear, Jr. '55 


Mr. Ronald M. Henry '56 


Mr. William P. Carter '68 


ffl'65 


Mrs. Peggy Gear 


Mrs. Sue Henry 


Mrs. Nelda Carter 


Richmond, Virginia 


South Hill, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. W. Robert Eason '40 


Mr. Harris Hill Gee '24 


Mr. D. Rankin Hervey '35 


Mr. William C. Chewning '41 


Mrs. Anna Belle Eason 


Meherrin, Virginia 


Mrs. Edna Hervey 


Mrs. Edna Chewning 


Orange, Virginia 


Mr. Joseph S. Gillespie, Jr. '54 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. James B. Edge, Jr. '67 


Mrs. Gale Gillespie 


Mrs. John W. Hoagland 


Mr. Daniel D. Chiles, Jr. '66 


Mrs. Louise Edge 


Severna Park, Maryland 


— deceased 


Mrs. Cynthia Chiles 


Richmond, Virginia 




Delray Beach, Florida 


Oakland, California 


Mr. Richard C. Edmunds, Sr. 




Mr. Frank R. Hoffman '53 




'25 




Potomac, Maryland 




Mrs. Pocahontas Edmunds 




Dr. Harry F.Hoke, Jr. '54 




Halifax, Virginia 


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Mrs. Catherine Hoke 
Richmond, Virginia 




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Mr. Abner C. Hopkins, Jr. '30 

HD75 
Mrs. Rose Hopkins 

Fort Myers, Florida 
Mr. Charles E. Hubbard '62 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard 

Roxboro, North Carolina 
Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. 

'46 
Mrs. Anna Hudgins 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. John M. Hunt '31 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. W. Glenn Hurt '60 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Robert F. Hutcheson, Jr. 

'35 
Mrs. Madeline Hutcheson 

Emporia, Virginia 
Mr. George R. Irvin.Jr. 

Edinburg, Virginia 
Mr. J. Bruce James '53 (T) 
Mrs. Jane James 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. A. Anson Jamison '39 
Mrs. Theresa Jamison 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. J. Monroe Johns 
Mrs. Dema Johns 

Farmville, Virginia 
Dr. Samuel S. Jones '43 

Tucson, Arizona 
Mr. Jeffrey L. Kiefer 75 

Ellicott City, Maryland 
Mr. Robert W.King, Jr. '52 
Mrs. Ann King 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. Michael J. Krupin '69 
Mrs. Martin Krupin 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. Douglas W. Laird 

(W. Randolph 72) 

Greenwich, Connecticut 
Mr. William D. Lawley, Sr. 
Mrs. Jo Lawley 

(Dee '84) 

Pepper Pike, Ohio 
Mr. Fontaine B. Lawson '64 
Mrs. Sally Lawson 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Mr. Joseph P. Lawson '39 
Mrs. Marie Lawson 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 
Mrs. Virginia Lawson 

Charleston, West Virginia 
Mr. William P. Lawson 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. Ben B. LeCompte, Jr. 
Mrs. Carmen LeCompte 

(Bill '82) 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. Willette L. LeHew '57 

Mrs. Myrene LeHew 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. Hugh K. Leary '61 
Mrs. Nancy Leary 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Burton P. Lee 
Mrs. Doris Lee 

(Doug 77) 

Roanoke, Virginia 



1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS I 



Mr. John T Lewis 
Mrs. Diana Lewis 

(Tom '85) 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Lewis 

(Geoff '85) 

Orchard Park, New York 
Dr. Henry S. Liebert.Jr. '52 
Mrs. Patricia Liebert 

Richmond, Virginia 
The Rev. Paul G. Linaweaver 

'26 

Santa Ynez, California 
Mr. James F. Lipscomb '66 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. A. Hunter Long '59 
Mrs. Ginanne Long 

Summit, New Jersey 
Mr. John B. Long (T) '38 
Mrs. Katherine Long 

Knoxville, Tennessee 
Mr. R Clifton Long 
Mrs. Louise Long 

(Bobby 72 and Christopher 

'80) 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Charles M. Loving '47 

Dunkirk, Maryland 
Dr. Richard H. Lowe, Jr. '40 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. William W. Lucado '50 
Mrs. Corneille Lucado 

Darien, Connecticut 
Mr. Charles I. Lunsford II '64 
Mrs. Linda Lunsford 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. Wickliffe S. Lyne '67 
Mrs. Martha Lyne 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. John G. MacFarlane III 76 
Mrs. Dudley MacFarlane 

Darien, Connecticut 
Mr. Richard H. Manson, Jr. '44 
Mrs. Leora Manson 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
Mr. John P. Maragon '52 
Mrs. Fran Maragon 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. '34 

New York, New York 
Mr. S. Anthony Martin 
Mrs. Marian Martin 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. Arthur J. Matney '63 
Mrs. Linda Matney 

Avon, Connecticut 
Mr. L White Matthews III '67 
Mrs. Jane Matthews 

Greenwich, Connecticut 
Mr. Robert W. Maxwell II '65 
Mrs. Mamie Lee Maxwell 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Mr. William E. McBratney, Jr. 
Mrs. Leila McBratney 

(William III 75) 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. David J. McKittrick '67 
Mrs. Linda McKittrick 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Henry H. McVey III '57 
Mrs. Reba McVey 

Richmond, Virginia 



Mr David S. Mercer 70 
Mrs. Nell Mercer 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. William R. Middelthonjr. 

'63 

Coral Gables, Florida 
Mr. Martin C Miler 
Mrs. Diana Miler 

(Eric '88) 

Metairie, Louisiana 
Mr. Michael K Minter 73 
Mrs. Emma Minter 

New York, New York 
Mr. Edward C. Moomaw, Jr. 

'67 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. Charles C. Moore, Jr. '67 
Mrs. Patricia Moore 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Claiborne B. Morton III '83 

Lackland AFB, Texas 
Dr. Charles H. Moseley, Jr. '52 
Mrs. Barbara Moseley 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Mrs. Charles H. Moseley, Sr. 

(Charles, Jr. '52) 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Dr. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. '67 
Mrs. Barbara Mowbray 

Marion, Virginia 
Mr. Edwin W. Mugford, Jr. 
Mrs. Ann Mugford 

(David '86) 

Manakin Sabot, Virginia 
Mr. Marvin E. Mulligan 
Mrs. Elizabeth Mulligan 

(Jay '86) 

Melbourne, Australia 
Colonel Francis R. Munt '42 
Mrs. Betty Munt 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mrs. Joseph Lee Nelson, Sr. 

(Joseph Jr '45) 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. Charles D. Nottingham '40 
Mrs. Blanche Nottingham 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
Dr. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. 

'56 
Mrs. Reid Nottingham 

(Jim '83 and Robert '85) 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. Wallace C Nunley '44 
Mrs. Marguerite Nunley 

Clifton Forge, Virginia 
Mr. Theodore G Offterdinger 

'41 
Mrs. Christine Offterdinger 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. James O. Olfson 
Mrs. Donna Olfson 

(Erik '86) 

Edgewater, Maryland 
Dr. Thomas P. Overton '48 
Mrs. Mary Catherine Overton 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Gerald M. Pace '63 
Mrs. Jeanne Pace 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. Philip G. Padgett, Jr. 63 
Mrs. Elizabeth Padgett 
Ramsey, New Jersey 
Mr. Cary L. Page, Jr. 
(Frank '88) 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 



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Mr. John C. Parrott II '64 
Mrs. Sarah Belle Parrott 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Graham 

Pembroke, Sr. 

(Claude '57) 

Kilmarnock, Virginia 
Mrs. Herman H. Pevler 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. William W. Porterfield (F) 
Mrs. Dorothy Porterfield 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Dr. Jack H. Powell 
Mrs. Margaret Powell 

(Frank '84) 

Newnan, Georgia 
Mr. Kenneth M. Pritchett '64 
Mrs. Roberta Pritchett 

The Woodlands, Texas 
Mr. Arnold M. Proctor 
Mrs. Mimi Proctor 

(Sam '87) 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Dudley A. Raine, Sr. '35 
Mrs. Dorothy Raine 

Amherst, Virginia 
Mr. R. Rick Reiss 70 
Mrs. Pamela Reiss 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Mr. C. Edward Richardson III 

'51 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. E. Stewart Robertson '54 
Mrs. Jean Robertson 

Kingswood, Texas 
Mr. Giles M. Robertson '27 
Mrs. Nancy Robertson 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. Fred D. Robinson '54 
Mrs. Barbara Robinson 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. A. Francis Robinson, Jr. 

'64 
Mrs. Sharon Robinson 

Larchmont, New York 
Mr. Francis Rosenberger, Sr. 
Mrs. Beatrice P. Rosenberger 

(F.D '84) 

Springfield, Virginia 
Mr. William J. Rue '36 
Mrs. Ellen Rue 

Belle Haven, Virginia 
Mr. Clarke Russ 
Mrs. Linda Russ 

(John '88) 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. William T. Saunders, Jr. 

'60 
Mrs. Paula Saunders 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. 

Schaaf , Jr. 

(Edward III '69) 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. David G. Schofield 
Mrs. Betsy Schofield 

(Richard '87) 

Oakton, Virginia 
Dr. John B. Schug '52 
Mrs. Peggy Schug 

Charlotte, North Carolina 











Mr. J. Howard Settle '50 




Mr. A. Trigg Sanders '35 


Mr. Earle R. Ware II '57 


Dr. Dorothy F. Cooney 


Mrs. Jacquelyn Settle 


Mrs. Judith Ware 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mrs. Martha Sanders 


Cockeysville, Maryland 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Gene B. Dixon, Jr. '65 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. H. Powell Seward, Jr. '51 


Mr. Robert H. Wellborn 


(T) 


Mr. W. Sydnor Settle '55 


Jamaica, New York 


Mrs. Sylvia Wellborn 


Mrs. Barbara Dixon 


(T) 


Mr. Francis A. Shelton '41 


(Robert, Jr. '87) 


Dillwyn, Virginia 


Mrs. Noel Settle 


Mrs. Althea Shelton 


Dallas, Texas 


Mr. Alexander Donnan 


New Vernon, New Jersey 


Nassawadox, Virginia 


Mr. James C. Wheat, Jr. 


'12 — deceased 


Mr. Lawrence N. Smith '59 


Mr. William F. Shumadine, Jr. 


Mrs. Wiley Wheat 


Mrs. Virginia Donnan 


Mrs. Sally Smith 


'66 


(James III 75) 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Cornelia Shumadine 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. S. Douglas Fleet (T) 


Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Donald P. Whitley '59 


HD'80 


Mrs. Penelope Viar 


Mr. Ernest W. Slifer '25 


Mrs. Laura Whitley 


Mrs. Helen Fleet 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Mrs. Marie Slifer 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Dr. Francis R. Whitehouse 


Westford, Massachusetts 


Mr. E. Carter Whitley 72 


Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Franck, 


'34 


The Rev. Glenn W. Small, Jr. 


Mrs. Fair Whitley 


>• 


Mrs. Elizabeth Whitehouse 


'63 


Oak Ridge, North Carolina 


(Bill '69) 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Mr. A. Garland Williams '23 


Martinsville, Virginia 


Dr. Herbert D.Wolff, Jr. 


Mr. David H. Smith II '61 


Mrs. Virginia Williams 


Mr. J. B. Fuqua (T) HD 72 


'27 


West Hartford, Connecticut 


Berryville, Virginia 


Mrs. Dottie Fuqua 


Mrs. Anne Wolff 


Mr. H. Maxcy Smith '29 


Mr. C. Richmond Williamson 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Richmond, Virginia 


— deceased 


Danville, Virginia 


Mr. James W. Gordon, Jr. 




Mrs. Wilmina Smith 


Mr. Gordon C Willis, Sr. '42 


'32 (T) 




St. Petersburg, Florida 


Mrs. Jean Willis 


Mrs. Margaret Gordon 




Mr. Owen A. Snyder 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 




Mrs. Edna Snyder 


Mr. Edward M. Wolcott '43 


Mr. Irvin G Horner 




(Rick 72 — deceased) 


Mrs. Clara Wolcott 


Mrs. Novella Horner 




Oldsmar, Florida 


Norfolk, Virginia 


(Irvin, Jr. '86) 




Mrs. Benjamin A. Soyars 


Mr. Herbert D. Wolff III '62 


Moseley, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Dr. Saul E. Joftes 




Dr. Peter W. Squire '48 


Mr. John E. Woodward 


Hampden-Sydney, 




Mrs. Nancy Squire 


Richmond, Virginia 


Virginia 




Emporia, Virginia 


Dr. Edwin S. Wysor '41 


Mr. Charles G Johnson '26 




Dr. W. Graham Stephens '49 


Mrs. Grace Wysor 


Mrs. Jean Johnson 




Mrs. Thelma Stephens 


Mechanicsville, Virginia 


Greenville, South 




Trourville, Virginia 


Mr. A. Hunter Yeatts '63 


Carolina 






Mr. G. David Stifel 


Mrs. Virginia Yeatts 


Mr. Edwin L. Kennedy (T) 






Mrs. Ann Stifel 


Shreveport, Louisiana 


New York, New York 






(David '87) 


Mr. E. Franklin Younger, Jr. 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 






Gloucester, Virginia 


'33 


Mrs. Geri Leggett 






Mr. Walter N. Street, Jr. '46 


Mrs. Nell Younger 


Lynchburg, Virginia 




Mrs. Randall Street 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mr. Lawrence Lewis, Jr. HD 




Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 




'82 




Dr. John L. Thornton III '47 




Mrs. Janet Lewis 




Mrs. Marjorie Thornton 




Richmond, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


LIFETIME MEMBERS 


Mr. Sydney Lewis 




Dr. Elam C. Toone, Jr. '29 




Mrs. Frances Lewis 




Mrs. Marion Toone 


Mr. Thomas N. Allen '60 


Richmond, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


(T) 


Mr. S. E. Liles HD '81 




The Hon. Paul S. Trible, Jr. '68 


Mrs. Rebecca Allen 


Norfolk, Virginia 




HD'83 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. John B.Long '38 (T) 




Mrs. Rosemary Trible 


Mr. George S. Arnold 


Mrs. Katherine Long 




Washington, D.C 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 


Knoxville, Tennessee 




Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Trible, Sr. 


Mr. T. Kyle Baldwin '39 (T) 


Mr. Rodney B. Mitchell 




(Paul '68) 


Mrs. Mary Baldwin 


New York, New York 




Kilmarnock, Virginia 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mrs. James H. Parsons 




Mr. James L. Trinkle '50 


Mr. Patrick H. Booth, Jr. '42 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 




Mrs. Betty Trinkle 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mr. Charles G. Patterson, Jr. 




Roanoke, Virginia 


Mr. William G Bottimore 


'37 




Dr. Herbert Trotter, Jr. '31 


Mrs. Elizabeth Bottimore 


Mrs. Helen Patterson 




Mrs. Margerite Trotter 


Richmond, Virginia 


Lynchburg, Virginia 




Amherst, Virginia 


Mrs. Raymond B. Bottom 


Mrs. William T. Reed, Jr. 




Mr. Joseph T Trotter '35 


(Raymond '51) 


(William '56 and Frederic 




Mrs. Banna Price Trotter 


Hampton, Virginia 


•63) 




Harrisonburg, Virginia 


Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. 


Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 




Mr. and Mrs. Neil Volger 


'51 (T) 


Mrs. Arthur B. Richardson 




(William '85) 


Newport News, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 




King-of-Prussia. 


Mr. George B. Cartledgejr. 


Mr. E. Claiborne Robins 




Pennsyvlania 


'63 (T) 


Mrs. Lora Robins 




Mr. O. Mallory Walker, Jr. 


Mrs. Mary Ann Cartledge 


Richmond, Virginia 




Mrs. Diana Walker 


Roanoke, Virginia 






(Taylor '88) 


Mr. H. Hawes Coleman '25 






Washington, D.C. 


Rustburg, Virginia 

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THETIGERCLUB 1984-85 






Honoring Donors of $500 to $999 




ALUMNI DONORS BY 


Class of 1951 


Class of 1964 


Class of 1977 


CLASS 


Mr. William C Peake 


Mr. Henry R. Pollard IV 


Mr. Joseph W. Bear III 
Mr. D. Scott Robertson 


Class of 1930 


Class of 1952 


Class of 1965 




Dr. William A. Johns 


Mr. William M. Buchanan 


Dr. William M. Edwards 


Class of 1982 




Mr. Robert W. Hassold 


Dr. Richard D. Giles 


Mr. Thomas E. Adkins, Jr. 


Class of 1931 


Mr. G. W. Lindsay 


Mr. Daniel E. Rogers II 




The Rev. Nathaniel H. Wooding— 




Mr. Julious P. Smith, Jr. 


PARENTS 


deceased 


Class of 1953 


Mr. W. Scott Street III 






Mr Robert M. Johnson 




Mr. & Mrs. Gene R. Alligood, Sr. 


Class of 1932 




Class of 1966 


Mr Aylett B. Coleman 


Mr. Joseph B. Farrar 


Class of 1954 


Mr Charles W. Crist, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Frederic H. Cox, Jr. 


Mr. Fred L. Garrett, Jr. 


Mr. Robert F. Rosenbaum 


Dr Richard F. Hawkins, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Cox II 


Mr. George T. Walters 


Mr. James I. Slaydon, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph D. Miles III 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. DuPuis, Sr. 




Dr. R. Dean Tester 


Mr. W. Waverly Townes 


Mr. & Mrs. Philip D Flemion 


Class of 1937 




Mr. Roy R. Wimmer 


Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. French 


The Hon. W. Carrington Thomp- 


Class of 1955 




Dr. & Mrs. John E. Gibson 


son HD 82 


Mr. Douglas A. Bryant 


Class of 1967 


Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Granger, Jr. 






Mr. William A. Gillespie 


Mr. & Mrs. C Dale Harman, Jr. 


Class of 1939 


Class of 1956 


Mr. Barry A. Hackney 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kehoe 


Mr. W. Henry Hubbard 


Dr. William P. Edmondson, Jr. 


Mr. Robert E. Johnson 


Mr. Robert E. Lee IV 






Mr. William N. Pollard 


Mr. & Mrs. Buford T Lumsden 


Class of 1940 


Class of 1957 




Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Mayo IV (F) (S) 


Dr. Shin Hasegawa 


Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. 


Class of 1968 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles P.J. Mooney III 


Mr. Monroe Leigh 




Mr. Milton P. Reid II 


Mr. Samuel J. T Moore 


Mr. Charles A. Roach 


Class of 1958 


Mr. Philip D. Rome 


Mrs. Goldie V. Robinson 




Mr. Joseph A. Leafe 


Mr. Donald E. Woodhouse 


Mr. & Mrs. James G Smith, Jr. 


Class of 1941 






Mr. & Mrs. William F. Vosbeck, Jr. 


Mr. William B. Spong, Jr. HD '68 


Class of 1959 


Class of 1969 


Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. Young 




Dr. Francis J. Duckwall 


Dr. A. Russell Dunnington, Jr. 




Class of 1942 


Mr. Thomas B. Porterfield II 


Mr. David R. Thompson 


FRIENDS 


Mr. Walter H. Cobbs, Jr. 


Mr. James K. Woodley, Jr. 






Dr. Charles L Crockett, Jr. 




Class of 1970 


Miss Emily Barksdale 


Mr. Kossen Gregory 


Class of 1960 


Mr. Barton K. Yount HI 


Mrs. Fred N. Harrison — deceased 


Mr Bruce F. Kemp 


Dr. Donald T Erwin 




Dr. & Mrs. W. C Holbrook (F) 




Mr. John E. Pappas 


Class of 1971 


Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Horner, Sr. 


Class of 1943 


Mr. Garnett F. Smith 


Mr. Philip M. Grabill, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Jones (S) 


Mr. William B. Elwang, Jr. 


Mr. Allan Lindsay Witt 


Mr. Vincent D. Hardy 


Mr. John T McRae 


Mr. Joe C Hereford 




Mr. Lance A. Lavenstein 


Dr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Poteet II (S) 


Dr. Roderick A. Mundy 


Class of 1961 




Dr. Herbert J. Sipejr. (F) 




Dr. Lewis W. Bridgforth 


Class of 1972 


Mrs. Virginia H. Spratley 


Class of 1944 


Mr. Louis M. Fisher, Jr. 


Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. 


Mrs. Charles W. Thomas 


Mr. Charles S. Reeves 


Dr. George J. McVey HD 76 


Mr. Joseph T Samuels, Jr. 


Mr. John A. Timmons, Jr. (S) 


Mr. Frederick W. Young, Jr. 






Mr. T. C Vaiden 




Class of 1962 


Class of 1974 


Mr. Joseph R. Wyattjr. 


Class of 1948 


Dr. William G Sale III 


Mr. Thomas R. Scott, Jr. 




Mr. Marvin C Bowling, Jr. 








Mr. George Wright 


Class of 1963 


Class of 1976 






Mr. Benjamin M. Butler 


Mr. C. Joseph Haley 




Class of 1950 


Mr. Ernest P. Curry, Jr. 






Mr. John W. Cowherd III 


Dr. G. Philip Hillen III 

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



THE HILL CLUB 1984-85 

Honoring Donors of $350 to $499 



ALUMNI DONORS BY CLASS 

Class of 1926 

Mr. James Berry Organ 

Class of 1929 

Mr. Turner McDowell, Jr. 

Class of 1930 

Mr. Marcus A. Harris 

Class of 1931 

Mr. Macon Reed, Jr. 

Class of 1932 

Mr. Thomas L Toone 

Class of 1933 
Mr. Shirley E. Mullens 
Dr Albert L Sturm 
Mr. S. Vance Wilkins, Sr. 

Class of 1935 

Mr. R Lee Chambliss, Jr. 

Mr. Leonard B. Chittum 

Mr. James B. Massey.Jr. HD 76 

Class of 1936 

Mr. William P. Becker 

Class of 1938 
Dr.KethroH. Irby.Jr. 

Class of 1939 

Mr. Lewis D. Evans 

Class of 1941 

Mr. Rodney Freeman 



Class of 1942 

Mr. William T Covington, Jr. 
, Mr Roy B. Sears 
Mr. J Page Turner 

Class of 1943 
Dr. John B. Catlett 
Mr Allan L Fox, Jr. 

Class of 1944 

Mr. James T Hopkins, Jr. 

Class of 1945 
Mr. Lewis E. H. Brandon 
Mr. Lawrence R Burton 
Mr. T Frank Crowder 

Class of 1949 

Dr Frederick T Given, Jr. 

Mr. Edwin D. Warinner 

Class of 1950 

Mr. Tate Cox Buchanan 

Mr Robert W. Driver 

Class of 1952 

Dr Clarence A Holland 

Class of 1954 

Dr William S. Dodson 

Mr. George M. Williams 



Class of 1956 
Mr. Phillip W. Key 
Mr Thomas R Poland 
Mr. J. Shelby White 

Class of 1957 

Dr Walter L Grubb.Jr. 

Class of 1960 

Dr. William A. Robertson 

Class of 1961 

Dr. H. Ben Stone III 

Class of 1962 

Mr Paulus I Haynsworth 

Class of 1964 
Mr. W. Bates Chappell 
Mr. Michael T. Crone 
Mr Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. 
Mr. David C Fuller 
Dr. Allen M. Glasgow 

Class of 1965 

Mr. Charles E. HaU III 

Mr. Kemp N. Hunt 

Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin, Jr 

Class of 1966 

Mr. Dennis P. Finger 

Class of 1967 

Mr. William C. Andrews III 

Mr. Stephen D. Beck 



Class of 1968 

Mr. Samuel S. Shiplett 
Mr W Frederick Wright 

Class of 1969 

Dr. Richard C Bell 

Mr. Arthur G. Costan III 

Class of 1970 

Mr. Michael J Adelman 

Class of 1971 
Dr. William I. Lee 

Class of 1972 

Mr. Robert C Long, Jr. 

Dr. W. T. Van Norrwick 

Class of 1973 

Mr. Don R Cochran 

Class of 1974 

Mr. Charles L Cabell 

Mr. Lawrence B. Kelly 

PARENTS 

Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. Williard E. Dent 

Mr. & Mrs. William R Gregg 

Mr. & Mrs. John Hepburn 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Lawsonjr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Francis E. McGee.Jr. 

FRIENDS 

Mrs. Florence R. Givens 
Mr & Mrs. B. B. LeCompte 
Mr. James L Whitlock 









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HE CENTURY CLUB 1984-1 




Honoring Donors of $100 to $349 




Class of 1914 


Class of 1931 


Mr. Walter C Crawley 


Dr. John B Fuller 


Dr. Basil B Jones 


Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. 


Mr Norment Custis 


Dr. John T Goode III 


Dc.ErresiTTbanp6U[\HD?6-decaised 


Mr. Samuel F. Curling 


Mr. James L. Elder 


Mr Leigh B. Hanes.Jr. 




Mr. S. Wooten Epes 


Mr. William S. Formwalt 


Mr. Homer P. Hatten 


Class of 1917 


The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. 


Mr Howard H. Hanmer.Jr. 


Mr. Cary A. Hutter 


Mr. Edward Robertson 


Mr. Andrew L. Ingles 


Mr Robert D. Johnson 


Dr. William R Kay 




Mr Richard McDearmon 


The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes 


Mr. Paul B. Lacy, Jr. 


Class of 1919 


Dr Luther L. Price 


Cmdr. Frank M. Morton, Jr. 


Mr. William A. Lashley 


Mr. J Barrye Wall HD 78 


Dr. Wellford C Reed 


Mr Henry C. Reed 


Mr. Hunter M. Leach 




Dr. John R. Saunders, Jr. 


Mr O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas B. Mason 


Class of 1920 


Mr. C. Wilder Watts, Jr. 


Mr George A. Scott, Jr. 


Dr. Virgil R. May 


Mr. John Bell Henneman 




Mr. C Daniel Shelburne 


Mr Harold L. Mitchell 




Class of 1932 




Dr. Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. 


Class of 1921 


Mr Charles P. Blackley 


Class of 1937 


Dr. John M. Ratliff 


Mr Thomas J Headlee 


Mr Paul G. Boone 


Mr. John R. Baskervill 


Mr Herbert R Stokes 




The Rev. Robert M. C. Griswold 


Mr. Clyde H. Bliss 


Dr. Ralph M.Stokes, Jr. 


Class of 1922 


Mr James W. Gulick 


Mr. Frank M Booth 


Dr. Robert P. Trice 


Mr. Francis M. Gilliam 


Mr. Roy C Hogan 


Mr Alexander P. Burruss 


Mr. Jesse O. Van Meter, Jr. 


The Hon Langhorne Jones 


The Rev. James M. McNair 


Mr Alexander B. Dickinson 


Mr. Emory S. Waldrep 




Mr. R. Ivanhoe Morgan 


Mr. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. 


Dr. William B. White 


Class of 1923 


Mr. Theodore Ripberger, Jr. 


Mr. Stuart M. Farrar 




Dr. Chapman H. Binford HD '62 


Mr. W. Alan Smith 


Dr. John H Hall, Jr 


Class of 1941 




Mr. H. Rogers Thomas 


Mr. Jacob L. Johnson 


The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson, Jr. 


Class of 1924 


Mr. Elbert Lee Trinkle, Jr 


Mr. Arthur E.Jones, Jr. 


Mr P. Tulane Atkinson, Jr. 


Mr. William S. Evans 


Dr. Charles E. Troland 


Dr William R.Jones, Jr. 


Mr. J. E. Berry 


Mr. G. W. Finley Tynes 


Mr. George H. Ware 


Dr Robert H. Loving 


Dr Walter R. Chitwood 






Dr Lloyd F. Moss 


Mr Thomas L. Currie 


Class of 1925 


Class of 1933 


Mr Herbert S. Newman, Jr. 


Dr Frederick T. Edmunds 


Dr. Rex Blankinship 


The Rev. C William Chappell 


Mr Frank D. Pollard 


Mr Joseph B. Geyer 


Mr. Walter P. Clark 


Dr. Anthony M Demuth 


Mr. S. Bruce Spencer 


Dr James W Gibson 


Mr. Robert P. Lowman 


Mr A. Fleet Dillard 


Mr. James A. Whitlock 


Mr William C Gibson, Jr. 


Mr Howard D. MacPherson 


The Hon. Meredith Dortch 


Mr James W. Younce 


Dr. A. Lawson Hardie, Jr. 


Mr. John D. Simpson 


Dr. John L. Guerrant 




Lt. Col. John F Lewis, Jr. 




Mr. John A Hopkins 


Class of 1938 


Dr. Ray A. Moore, Jr. 


Class of 1926 


Mr. Joseph L. Hudson 


The Rev Lundy M. Barkley 


Mr. Clarence T Orgain 


Mr Fleming R. Hurt, Jr. 


Dr. Marion K. Humphries, Jr. 


Mr. Eugene C Caldwell 


Mr. William S. Patterson 


Mr George W. Jones 


Mr. John J. Lawson II 


Dr. E. Malcolm Campbell 


Dr. Nathaniel L. Rodgers 


Mr. Maury F. LeSueur 


Mr Robert C Lewis 


Mr. G. Gilmer Craddock 


Mr. Thomas C Ruff 


Mr. Samuel L. Robinson 


Dr Robert J. Martin, Jr. 


Dr Horace E. Cromer, Jr. 


Dr Robert G. Schultz 


Mr Oliver J. Sands, Jr. 


Mr. James S. McKenry 


Dr Martin Donelson, Jr. 


Col. Clayton B Tasker 




The Rev. Edgar J. Nottingham III 


Mr. J. Harrison Hancock 


Mr. Robert E. Taylor 


Class of 1927 




Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove 


The Rev. Thomas T Traynham, Jr. 


Mr Thornton S. Baskervill.Jr. 


Class of 1934 


Mr. Frank T. Hyde 


Mr. Robert L. Williamson 


The Rev. Alfred K. Dudley 


Mr. Ray S. Campbell 


Mr. George H. Lewis 


Mr. James W. Wilson III 


Dr W. Dabneyjarman 


Mr. Peter G. Cosby III 


Mr Kenneth McCaskill, Jr. 




Mr Frank E Kinzer 


Dr. Horace H. Custis, Jr. 


Dr. Frank M. Ripberger 


Class of 1942 


Mr. John E. Sadler 


Mr. Robert H. Edmunds 


Mr. Wellford L. Sanders 


Col. Charles HBeale, Jr. 


Dr. Graves H. Thompson (F) 


Mr James D. Finley II 


Dr. Albert W.Smith, Jr. 


Dr. A. C Buchanan, Jr. 




Mr. Edward O. Poole 


Mr. John H. Temple 


Mr W. Cecil Carpenter, Jr. 


Class of 1928 


Dr. Edward V. Siegel 


Mr. Ralph M. Thompson, Jr. 


Dr. James E. Cousar III 


Mr. William R. Blake 


Mr. Harold W. Smith 


Dr. William W Walton 


Dr. J. William Dixon, Jr. 


Mr. Paul W. Davidson 


Dr Walter E. Vest, Jr. 


Mr. Meredith E. Watson 


Mr J Marshall Doswell, Jr. 


Mr. Robert B. Hudson 


Mr. Thomas R. Wallace 


Dr. Herbert F. Webb 


Dr. W. Keith Eubank, Jr. 


Mr. R. Russell Neely 


Mr. Lewis Q. Yowell 


Dr. Thomas W. Williams 


The Hon. William P. Hay, Jr. 


Mr George V. Scott 






Dr. Thomas M. Horsley, Jr. 


Mr. A. S. J. Southworth, Jr. 


Class of 1935 


Class of 1939 


Mr. Allyn G. Janney 


Mr John Banks Sparrow 


Mr Matthew M Alexander 


Major Joseph A. Birdwell 


Dr E. Forrest Jessee 


Mr Robert S. Trower III 


Mr John I. Armstrong 


Dr. Robert A. Buyers 


Mr. John E. Loyd 


Dr. Karl K. Wallace 


Mr Don P Bagwell 


Mr. Jackson C Dodge 


Mr. Samuel W. McGann, Jr. 




Dr. John O.Boyd, Jr. 


Mr. Donald C Farnsworth 


Mr. John S. Pancake 


Class of 1929 


Mr Jeffress S. Dortch, Jr 


Mr Lowery D. Finley, Jr. 


Mr. Jerry P Simmons, Jr. 


Mr. William S. Adkisson, Jr. 


The Rev. Bernard E. Ctotson 


Mr. John H Gilliam, Jr. 


Mr. Cary A. Thompson, Jr. 


Mr William H.Baker, Jr. 


Mr Oscar P. Fitzgerald, Jr. 


Dr. E. Milton Kellam 


Mr William S. Trinkle 


Mr. James E. Crinkley 


Dr. Graham Gilmer, Jr. 


Mr Thomas H Lightner 


Dr Edwin B. Vaden 


Dr. William C Finch HD '55 


Mr. Thomas J. Holden.Jr. 


Mr. Ralph M. O'Hair.Jr. 


Mr. Douglas Venable 


Dr. Charles M. Hearrwell, Jr. 


Mr Paul M. Lantz 


Dr W. Taylor Reveley 


Mr. Linton B.Ward, Jr. 


Dr. Richard H. Henneman 


Mr Andrew K. Leake 


Mr. Walter C. Scott 


Mr. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr. 


Dr Robert S. Lancaster HD '80 


Mr. Richard E. Lewis 


Mr. D. Scott Sears 




Mr Clarence L. McDearmon 


Mr. Owsley W. Sanders 


Mr. William B. Spencer 


Class of 1943 


Mr Emmett L. Morrison 


Mr. Lewis M. Walker, Jr. 




Dr Horace Adams, Jr. 




Dr. Mark Byrd Williams 


Class of 1940 


Dr. Louis E. Alexander 


Class of 1930 


Dr. T K. Young, Jr. 


Anonymous 


Mr. Francis P. Bailey, Jr. 


Mr Gordon W. Friedrich 




Mr. Robert P. Barrell 


Mr H. Carlisle Bean 


Mr. John A. Goodman 


Class of 1936 


The Rev. David C Crawford, Jr 


Dr Frank M. Blanton 


Dr. Gilman Z. Simms 


Mr. Lester E. Andrews 


Mr. J. Strother Crockett 


Mr. William H. Clarke 


Mr. J. Adger Smyth 


Mr. William H. Armstrong 


Mr Lester L Dillard 


The Rev. Thomas A Combellick 


The Rev Leonard W Topping 


Dr J. Garnett Bruce, Jr. 


^ 


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"7 


r. John C. Foushee 


The Rev. A. D. Ellison, Jr. 

















HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 






Mr. William C. Garrett 


Mr. Charles H. Eure.Jr. 


Dr. Benjamin R. Ogburn 


Class of 1957 


Dr. William T. Gladden, Jr. 


Mr William D. Gallalee 


Dr Charles H. Peterson, Jr 


Dr. Thomas P. Bowe, Jr. 


Mr. William A. Haley III 


Mr. Jack A. Glascock 


Dr. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr. 


Mr. Edward W. Early 


Mr. John P. Harrison, Jr. 


Mr. William P. Groseclose 


Mr. Stuart A Talbott 


Dr. Austin B. Harrelson 


Mr. Jesse R Hopkins 


Mr. H. William Hoffman HD '80 


Dr. Marcellus E Waddill 


The Rev. Edgar C Mayse 


Mr. James L Lipsey 


Mr. Claude W. Milam 


Mr. Ballard P. Wood 


Mr. Robert L. Morris 


Dr. H. Carl Messerschmidt, Jr. 


Mr. Henry R. Miller III 




Mr. Lewis H. Mundin 111 


Dr. Robert P. Moore 


Mr. Grant C. Sipp 


Class of 1953 


Dr William L. Odom 


Mr. Francis Y. Savage 


Mr. P Warren Spratley, Jr. 


Mr. Sheppard K. Ames, Jr. 


Mr C. Graham Pembroke, Jr. 


Mr. John P. Sivell 


Mr. A. Gordon Van Ness, Jr. 


Dr. Charles C Ashby 


Mr. Robert H.Walker, Jr. 


The Hon. Robert B. Spencer, Jr. 




Mr. Joseph M. Bagley 


Mr. T. Ashby Watts III 


Mr. Walter C Sprye 


Class of 1950 


Mr. George E. Bahen.Jr. 


Mr. Fletcher J. Wright III 


Dr. Richard M. Stephenson 


Mr. Willie W. Averett III 


Mr Philip M. deHaas 




Dr. Gary G. Suter 


Mr. Richard J. Bartlett 


Mr. Edward M. Durand 


Class of 1958 


Dr. Frank E. Taylor 


The Rev. Allan Bond 


Mr. William C Fitzgerald 


Mr. Charles C. Ames 


Mr. John H. Thompson III 


Mr. George T Bryson, Jr. 


Mr. A Cabell Ford, Jr. 


Dr. John Wilson Ames, Jr. 


Mr. James H Timberlake 


Dr. R. Cecil Chapman 


Mr. Albert C. Ford 


Mr O. Holmes Carter 




Mr. Samuel M. Cole.Jr 


Dr. James S. Harris, Sr. 


Mr. Richard S. Copeland 


Class of 1944 


Mr. Frank L. Field, Jr. 


Dr. C Scott Kelly 


Mr Charles M. Cowan, Jr. 


Dr. Eugene R Bebeau 


Dr. T. Winston Gouldin 


Dr. William P. Knox 


Dr. Philip C Davis 


Mr. Henry W. Brockenbrough 


Mr. Leroy Y. Haile.Jr. 


Mr. Harry G. McGinn, Jr. 


Mr. Gene M. Fronfelter 


Mr. Charles Burgess 


Mr. Joseph W. Hazlegrove 


Mr Owen R. Minter 


Dr William L. Griggs III 


Mr. Robert C Coleburn 


Mr. William A. Hunter 


Dr. William M. Oppenhimer 


Mr. Thorn F. Hanes 


Dr. Lonnie B. Dickens, Jr. 


Mr. Harry C. Lonergan, Jr. 


Mr. William M. Passano, Jr. 


Mr. Robert W. Humphreys 


Dr. John Q. Hatten 


Mr. M. Glenn Magaha 


Mr Henry M. Read 


The Rev. William T. Perkins 


Mr. Henry M. Jarvis 


Dr. William W. Martin, Jr. 


Mr Roney Rowland 


Mr. Harry Borum Price III 


Mr. Turner C Laramore, Jr. 


Mr. William B. Mesmer 


Mr. Robert L Saffelle, Jr. 


Mr. John Carlisle Priddy 


Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. 


Mr. James V. Morgan, Sr. 


Mr. E. Kemper Uhler.Jr. 


Dr. Peter Rosanelli.Jr. 


Col. Robert T. Richmond 


Mr. Paul M. Nicholls 


Dr. Stuart B. White 


Mr. Edward C. Shepherd IV 


Dr. E. Randolph Trice 


Mr. M. Scott Nininger, Jr. 




Mr. G. Granville Sydnor III 




Mr. C Robert Peery 


Class of 1954 


Mr. John Hardy Waters III (S) 


Class of 1945 


Mr. William L Pickhardt, Jr. 


Lt. Col. Edwin J. Andrews, Jr. 




Dr. C Barrie Cook 


Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. 


Mr Melvin D. Childers, Jr. 


Class of 1959 


Mr. John V. Edmunds 


Dr. Samuel B. Ryburn 


Mr. Dilworth S Cook, Jr 


Mr. Edmund L Benson III 


Mr. Henry H. Galusha, Jr. 


Mr. William H. Shirey 


Dr T.J. Ferrell.Jr 


Mr. John L. Brinkley (F) 


Mr. James M. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. Fred L. Silbernagel, Jr. 


Mr. Carter B. S. Furr 


Mr. William O. Bryant 


Mr. J. Preston Proffitt.Jr. 


Mr. Philip M. Snyder III 


Mr. Rives S Hardy 


Dr. George D. Delo, Jr. 


Dr. Frank M. Ryburn,Jr. 


Mr. Edward M. Spratley 


Dr. R. Douglas Humphrey, Jr. 


Mr. James E. Edwards 


Mr. Robert P. Winfieldjr. 


Mr. William B. Wall 


Dr. David Lee Litchfield 


Mr. William R. Hess 






Mr. Joe S. Maupin 


Dr. J. Robert Hippensteele 


Class of 1946 


Class of 1951 


Mr. Harold R. Spencer 


Mr. M. Norton Howe, Jr. 


Mr. C Davenport Carrington 


Mr. Lawrence T Berry, Jr. 


The Rev. E. T Thompson, Jr. 


Dr. Richard A. Lehew 


Mr. Cabell F. Cobbs 


Dr. William S. Foreman, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph L. Wallace, Jr. 


Mr. Charles F. Lucas 


Dr. William S. Coxe 


Mr. A. Conrad Frey, Jr. 


Dr K K Wallace, Jr. 


Dr. Murphy F. McGirt, Jr. 


Mr. Claiborne W. Craddock 


Mr Franklin H. Fuller, Jr. 


The Hon. J. M. H. Willis, Jr. 


Mr. R. King Waddill 


Mr. J. David Crute 


Mr. Walter V. Hall 


Mr A. Ford Zehmer 


Mr Fred G. Warren 


Mr. George B. Little 


Mr. Wilbert T James HI 




Mr. William P. Wilkinsjr. 


Dr. W. Austin McClellan 


Mr. Albert S Kemper III 


Class of 1955 




Mr. Robert A. Scott 


Mr. David S. McClung II 


Dr. Robert B Allen 


Class of 1960 


Mr. Charles C Travis, Jr. 


Mr. Robert P. McLean 


Mr. James G. Anderson 


Mr. William G Benson 


Mr. William E. Wood 


Mr. B. F. Moomaw, Jr. 


Mr. Samuel B. Chilton, Jr 


Mr. J. Robert Bray 


Dr. Hugh Orian Wrenn 


Mr. Donald C Morris, Jr. 


Mr. John Worth Crandall 


Dr. William G. Bunch, Jr. 




Dr. V.Atwell Motley, Jr. 


Mr. Robert E. Curtis, Jr. 


Mr Robert J. Burnette 


Class of 1947 


Mr. Sidney S. Neblett 


Mr. William H. Daughtrey, Jr. 


Dr. Hawes Campbell III 


Dr. John D. Beall 


Mr. Richard E. Nolan 


Mr. Edward H. Loud, Jr. 


Dr. William B. Costenbader, Jr. 


Mr. William J. Canrwell 


Mr. John R. O'Connell, Jr. 


Mr John Penn Oliver 


Mr. John C. Crump III 


Dr. Frank I. Hobbs 


Mr. C. Lear Ponton 


Mr. Charles L Reed, Jr. 


Mr Harry Thomas Darnes, Jr. 


Dr. O. W. Lacy 


Dr. Robert H. Rameyjr. HD 77 


Mr. W. Cabell Rives III 


Mr. Roland W. Dodson 


Mr. George H. Leary 


Dr. Clement J. Robbins III 


Mr. Amos C Saunders 


Dr. Lewis H. Drew (S) 


Mr. Robert P. Stickleyjr. 


Mr. John A. Robertson 




Mr James G. Ferneyhough 


Mr. J. Ernest Warinner III 


Mr. William H. Robertson 


Class of 1956 


Mr. F. Meriwether Fowlkes, Jr. 


Dr. Robert B.Webb, Jr. 


Mr. John Cutler Robinson 


The Rev. Vernon A. Austin, Jr. 


Mr. William H. Goodwyn, Jr. 




The Rev. J. Shepherd Russell, Jr. 


Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. 


The Rev. James H. Grant, Jr. 


Class of 1948 


Mr. C W.Smith, Jr. 


Mr. Edward L. Breeden III 


Mr John F. Graves 


Mr. William E. Atkinson 


Mr. Herman H.Walton, Jr. 


Dr. Gilbert H. Bryson 


Mr. John N. Harrington 


Mr. Donald Lee Garlock 


Mr. John D.Wilson 


Mr. John R. Fisher III 


Mr. Leon W. Hawker, Sr. 


Mr. Harry V. Haga.Jr. 


Mr. Robert B. Wrenn 


Mr. James E. Kulp 


Mr. E. Martin Hedgepeth, Jr. 


Mr. Robert C. Jones 




Mr. Royster Lyle, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas A. Hickman, Sr. 


Mr. George J. Kostel 


Class of 1952 


Mr. G. Otis Mead III 


Mr. J. Thomas Kremer, Jr. 


Mr. C Kemper Lorraine 


Mr. Robert A. Baldwin 


Mr. John M Miller 


Dr. William E. Overcash.Jr. 


Mr. John H. Michalek 


Mr. Numa P. Bradner 


Mr. William O. Moseley.Jr. 


Mr Alan D. Stein 


Mr. McHenry Peters, Jr. 


The Rev. Warren C Brannon, Sr. 


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Mr. Thomas S. Tredway 


Mr. Roy C. Wood 


Mr. William T. Culpepper III 


Dr. Randolph E. Savage 


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Mr Frank G. Davidson III 


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Class of 1963 


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Mr. Fred A. Talbot 


Anonymous 


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Dr. Richard B. Bowles, Jr. 


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Mr. Edwin E. Boudlin, Jr. 


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Mr. Carl F. Bowmer 


Mr Robert M. Chilton 


Mr. Bryce D. Jewett.Jr 


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Mr. Donald E. Lee, Jr. 


Dr. Joseph L. Austin 


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Mr. A. Jamieson Gregory 


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Dr. John W. Pendleton 


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Mr. Robert P. Roper, Jr. 


Dr. Donald E. Carwile 


Mr. William B. Hanes 


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Mr. James W. Hardin 


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Mr. John K. Hillman.Jr. 


Mr. R Stedman Oakey, Jr. 


Mr. Martin H. Sugg 


Mr. John F. Gayle, Jr 


Mr. William D. Humphreys 


Mr James R. Painter 


Mr. J. Timothy Thornton 


Mr. James R Geiger 


Mr. Charles R. Krummell 


Mr James E. Payne 


Mr. Robert L Watt III 


Mr. J. Daniel Hardy, Jr. 


Mr. Paul A. Larsh 


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Dr. William H.Weiss, Jr. 


Mr. J. Christopher Henderson 


Mr William W. Lowery III 


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Mr. Richard H. West 


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Mr W Richard Kay, Jr. 


Dr. Holman C Rawls III 


Mr. Glenn C Vaughn 




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Dr. Wade H. Saunders III 




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Mr. J. Boiling Lewis III 


Mr. Robert L. Hartman 


Mr. Robert D Johnson 


Dr. James H. S. Whitney 


Mr. Charles R. Henderson, Jr. 


Mr. Lloyd J. Kellam III 


Mr. W. Martin Long 11 


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Mr. Richard J. Holland, Jr. 


Mr. Robert C Ladd 


Mr. Theodore A. Robertson 




Mr. B. Boyd Johnson 


Mr. Richard C. Langhorne 


Mr. J. Slade Screven 


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Dr. Larry P. Levin 


Lt. L. Rucker Snead III 


Mr. John G. August 


Mr. John E. Legard III 


Mr. Gary L. Lumsden 


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Mr. William W. Nexsen 


Mr. J. Alfred Mapp, Jr. 




Mr. William R. Dacey, Jr. 


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Mr. James D Mason IV 


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Mr. Stephen L. Owen 


Mr. Richard W. McLain 


Mr. Victor R. Alpizar 


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Mr Frank M. Rawls 


Mr. William F. Meehan III 


Mr. William H. Carr 


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Mr. Dana C Williams 


Mr. Lewis B. McClung 


Mr. H. Scott Lowry 


Mr. L. Stephen Waldrop, Jr. 




Mr. Thomas G. McClung 


Mr. John E. Maddux 




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Mr. Robert T. Newcomb 


Mr. John R. Marks 


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Mr. John W.Allen, Jr. 


Mr. Jon A. Pace (S) 


Mr. George A. Munford, Jr. 


Mr. Robin P. Benke 


Mr Alvan M. Aron.Jr. 


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Mr. Thomas L. Murphey 


Mr. John G.Clark, Jr. 


Mr. David T. Beasley 


Mr. William S. Smithers III 


Dr. Joseph L. Nelson III 


Mr. Robert L. Cumbia 


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Mr. Mark M. J. Webb 


Mr. Daniel V. P. O'Connor 


Mr. Stuart H. Goodwin 


Mr. David B. Darden 




Dr. Barry N. Parsley 


Mr. Richard W Greene 


Mr. Philip G. Davis II 


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Mr. Charles A. Habich.Jr. 


Mr. Donald R. Dorey 


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Mr. Allen H Peer, Jr. 


Mr. Everett A. Hellmuth III 


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Mr. Robert H. Sells 


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Mr. William B. May, Jr. 


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Dr. Robert B. Williams 


Mr. Warren Guy Overstreet III 


Mr. Robert B. Johnson 






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Mr. Richard L. Carr 


Mr. W. Bidgood Wall, Jr. 


Mr. Frank C Martin III 




Dr. Stephen H. Cox 




Mr. Donald L. McDowell 


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Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Addicks.Jr. 


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Mr. Alan R. Connelly 


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' Dr. C William Dabney 


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Mr. & Mrs. J. Granger MacFarlane 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Maloney III 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Martin, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. James D. Mattox 

Mr. & Mrs. Beverly S. Mauck 

Mrs. Richard McCarthy 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. McCullough 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Mclntyre 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Vincent McPhillips 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Hunter Morgan, Sr 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Newcomb 

Mr. Joseph J. Nicklo 

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford A. Nottingham 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert E. O'Rourke 

Mr & Mrs. Hunter B. Oliver, Jr 

Mrs. Nancy G. Parsons 

Mrs. William M. Passano, Sr.— 

deceased 
Mr & Mrs. E. Baxter Peffer 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl L. Pfeil 
Mr. & Mrs C Lewis Pitzer,Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry G Plunkett, Jr 
Mrs. Edward L. Potter 
Mrs. Hubert R. Ranson 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lee Read 
Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Redd 
Mrs. Charles L. Reed 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Rice 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugo F. Rodriguez 
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne N. Schelle 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Schrom, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Victor K Schuster 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold B. Scoggins, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. Sewell, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. P. M. Shiflett 
Mr. & Mrs. G. G. Shiplett 



Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Shipp, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Sims, Jr. 

Mr. Wilbert B. Siviter 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl V. Slattum 

Mr. & Mrs. F. D. Snyder 

Mr. Harold R. Spencer 

Mr. & Mrs. Fhilip A. Stedfast 

Mr. & Mrs. Milford A. Stein 

Mr. & Mrs. G. A. Stewart, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Stone 

Mr. William A. Sugg 

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Tafel, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. James B. Tait 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Tankard, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tavenner 

Mr. & Mrs. Brent W. Taylor 

Mr. & Mrs George E. Taylor 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. Thompson III 

Mr. & Mrs Paul M. Thompson, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy S. Thompson, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs Lewis W. Thorp 

Colonel & Mrs. John H. Tipton, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John K. Train III 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert R. Trevarthen 

Dr. & Mrs. K. R. Vander Vennet 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Veith 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward G. Waite, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. L. S. Waldrop 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C Walker, Sr. 

Dr. & Mrs. E. Winslow Ware 

Mr. & Mrs Harvey Lee Warnick 

Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Warren, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Welch 

Mr. & Mrs. Clinton F. Western, Sr. 

Colonel & Mrs. MauriceJ. Wheeler 

Mrs. Joanna K. White 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Lee Wilkinson, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. C. F. Williams 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Rowland Williamsjr. 

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Willis 

Mr. & Mrs. R W. Wiltshire 

Dr. Frank L. Wiswall.Jr. 

Mr. Joe D. Young, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Ziglar, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. C B. Zirkle, Sr. 



FRIENDS 

Anonymous 

Mr. Lee S. Ainslie, Jr. (T) 

Mr. & Mrs. C O Barksdale, Sr. 

Mr. Thomas A. Barton, Jr. 

Dr. L. Neel Beard, Jr. (F) 

Mrs. Herbert C. Bradshaw 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Bruce 

Mrs. Diana Bunting 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Coe 



Dr. C W. Coppedge 

Dr. & Mrs. Stephen C Coy (F) 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Glenn Culley, Jr. (S) 

Mrs. Virginia Druen (S) 

Dr. & Mrs. Alan F. Farrell (F) 

Mrs. William C Finch 

Dr. James B. Gates, Jr. 

Mr. J. Edwin Givens 

Dr. &Mrs. OronJ. Hale 

Mrs. Charles H. Henderson 

Dr. Paul W. Hodge HD 56 

Mrs. Charles H. Jackson, Jr. 

Mrs. Herbert W. Jackson III 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, Jr 

Mr. David S. lollev 

Dr. & Mrs. Amos L. Laine (F) 

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Trinkle Lawson 

Mr. William P. Lawson 

Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow P. Lipscomb 

Mrs. Alice S. MacPherson 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Martin 

Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Martin, Jr 

(F) 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. McClintock 

(S) 
Mr. Horst Meyer 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. Mezzullo 
Miss. Alicia Novey (S) 
Dr. Donald R. Ortner (F) 
Mr. K. D. Owen 
Mr. E. M. Pairet 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Pecht 
Mr. George M. Peters (S) 
Mrs. Louise M. Reveley 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert G Rogers (F) 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rosen 
Mr. John C Russell 
Mr. David T. Ryan 
Miss Jane Saunders 
Dr. Charley Scott 
Mrs. J. S. Shackleton 
Dr. L. Benjamin Sheppard 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Showalter 
LTC Malcolm H. Squires, Jr. 
Mrs. John C Steck 
Mrs. Helen Trinkle Stroud 
Dr. Charles Sydnor, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank lalbott III 
Dr. W.T.Thompson, Jr. 
Dr. C Wayne Tucker (F) 
Mr. Charles S. Valentine 
Mrs. Aune A. Warinner 
Mrs. Francis R Whitehouse 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Whittier 
Mr. G. M. Wolfe 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter L Wyeth (S) 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



ALUMNI DONORS BY CLASS 



Class of 1909 

Mr. James G. Scott 

Class of 1912 

Mr. (deceased) and Mrs. Alexander 
Donnan 

Class of 1914 

Mr. Loyal C. Benedict 

Dr. Basil B. Jones 

Dr. Ernest T. Thompson HD '26 — 

deceased 

Class of 1917 

Col. James C. Oehler.Jr. 
Mr. Edward Robertson 

Class of 1918 

Dr. W. Whitfield Elliott 

Class of 1919 

Mr. J. Barrye Wall HD 78— deceased 

Class of 1920 

3 out of 3 class 
members contributed 
$330. The average gift 
was $110.00 and the 
class participation was 
100.00%. 

Dr. Robert W. Bugg — deceased 
The Rev. John M. Duckwall 
Mr. John Bell Henneman 

Class of 1921 

3 out of 7 class 
members contributed 
$1,625. The average 
gift was $541.67 and 
the class participation 
was 42.86%. 

Dr. Rufus Brittain 
Mr. Thomas J. Headlee 
Mr. George A. Lyle 

Class of 1922 

5 out of 7 class 
members contributed 
$290. The average gift 
was $58.00 and the 
class participation was 

71.43%. 

The Rev. W Norman Cook HD '67 

The Rev. Joseph S. Duckwall 

Dr. Louis H. Edmunds 

Mr. Francis M. Gilliam 

Mr. Russell Brame Irby 

The Hon. Langhorne Jones 

Class of 1923 

7 out of 13 class 
members contributed 
$1,290. The average 
gift was $184.29 and 
the class participation 
was 53.85%,. 

Dr. Chapman H. Binford HD '62 
Mr Voyce C Glaze 
Dr. Graham G. Lacy 
The Rev. John W. Luke 
Lt. Col. John A. Martin 



The Hon. R. Page Morton 
Mr. A. Garland Williams 

Class of 1924 

5 out of 10 class 
members contributed 
$270. The average gift 
was $54.00 and the 
class particiption was 
50.00%. 

Mr. Merrill W. Cole 
Mr. William S. Evans 
Mr. Harris Hill Gee 
Mr Samuel Leece 
Mr. George H. Mapp 
Mr. G. W. Finley Tynes 

Class of 1925 

14 out of 16 class 
members contributed 
$3,375. The average gift 
was $241.07 and the 
class participation was 
87.5%. 

Dr. William C. Barger 
Mr. William W. Barnwell 
Dr. Rex Blankinship 
Dr. Harry H Bryan 
Mr. Walter P Clark 
Mr. H. Hawes Coleman 
Dr. Harold J. Dudley 
Mr. Richard C Edmunds, Sr. 
Dr John O Haller 
Mr. Robert P. Lowman 
Mr. Howard D. MacPherson 
Mr. Francis I. Nottingham 
Mr. John D. Simpson 
Mr. Ernest W. Slifer 

Class of 1926 

13 out of 23 class 
members contributed 
$3,730. The average 
gift was $196.32 and 
the class participation 
was 82.61%o. 

Mr. W. Redford Alves 

Dr. Meade R. Atkinson 

Dr. William A Bevacqua 

Mr. E. Dorsey Booker 

Mr. Edward L. Breeden.Jr. HD 

Mr. D. G. Ferneyhough 

Mr. A. Hawes Gravatt 

Mr. Clarence R. Hamrick 

Mr. Mark L. Hankins 

Mr. Thomas C Hix — deceased 

Mr Fleming R. Hurt, Jr. 

Mr. Charles G. Johnson 

Mr. George W. Jones 

Mr Maury F. LeSueur 

The Rev. Paul G. Linaweaver 

Mr. Charles W. Nenzel 

Mr. James Berry Organ 

Mr. J. Gibson Reveley.Jr. 

Mr. Samuel L. Robinson 

Mr. Oliver J. Sands, Jr. 

The Rev. Thompson B Southall 



73 



Jr 



Class of 1927 

17 out of 24 class 
members contributed 
$2,135. The average 
gift was $125.59 and 
the class participation 
was 70.83%). 

The Rev J. Earl Adkins 

Mr. Thornton S. Baskervill, Jr. 

The Rev. Alfred K Dudley 

Mr. Rives A. Hardy 

Mr. Lewis Holladay, Jr. 

Dr. W. Dabney Jarman 

Mr Frank E. Kinzer 

Mr Cuthbert S. Pettit 

Dr. John M. Preston IV 

Mr Archer L. Richardson, Jr. 

Mr. Giles M. Robertson 

Mr. John E. Sadler 

Mr. William T Scott 

Mr. Millard P. Strickler 

Dr. Graves H. Thompson (F) 

Mr. Hugh B. G. Wallace 

Mr. Burton K. White, Sr. 

Dr. Herbert D.Wolff, Jr 

Class of 1928 

19 out of 27 class 
members contributed 
$1,230. The average 
gift was $64.74 and 
the class participation 
was 70.37%). 

The Rev. E. Raynard Arehart 

Mr. William R. Blake 

Mr. Paul W. Davidson 

Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds 

Mr Alexander Hamilton, Jr. 

Mr Alexander F. Hudgins 

Mr. Robert B. Hudson 

Mr. Thomas F. Johnson 

Mr. James M. Kelly, Jr. 

Mr. R. Parke Lecky 

Mr. R. Russell Neely 

The Rev. Willard A. Peak 

Mr. George V. Scott 

The Rev. R. Holmes Showalter 

Mr A. S.J. Southworth.Jr. 

Mr. John Banks Sparrow 

Mr Robert S. Trower III 

Dr. Karl K. Wallace 

Mr William W. Wharton 

Class of 1929 

21 out of 26 class 
members contributed 
$5,445. The average 
gift was $259.29 and 
the class participation 
was 80.77%). 

Mr. William S. Adkisson.Jr. 

Mr. William H.Baker, Jr. 

Mr. Joshua H. Barksdale 

Mr. Singleton S. Broaddus 

Mr James E. Crinkley 

Dr William C Finch HD '55 

Mr Robert W. Harwell 

Dr. Charles M. Heartwell, Jr. 

Dr Richard H. Henneman 

Mr. Owen M. Jones 

Dr Robert S. Lancaster HD '80 

Mr Maurice R. Large 

Mr Clarence L. McDearmon 



Mr. Turner McDowell, Jr. 
Dr John F Montgomery 
Mr J Peyton Moore 
Mr Emmett L. Morrison 
The Rev Paul R. Shiflet 
Mr H. Maxcy Smith 
Mr. William B. Telford 
Dr. Elam C Toone, Jr. HD 73 
Mr. Joe W. Trundle 

Class of 1930 

14 out of 21 class 
members contributed 
$7,015. The average 
gift was $501.07 and 
the class participation 
was 66.67%. 

Mr Henry H. Beattie 

Mr. William D. Dickinson, Jr. 

Mr. Gordon W. Friedrich 

Mr John A. Goodman 

Mr. Marcus A. Harris 

The Hon. John P. Hill 

Mr. Abner C Hopkins HD 75 

Dr. William A. Johns 

Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr 

Mr. J. Gray McAllister, Jr. 

Mr. Campbell Pancake, Jr. 

Dr. Gilman Z. Simms 

Mr. J. Adger Smyth 

The Rev. Leonard W. Topping 

Class of 1931 

27 out of 32 class 
members contributed 
$6,047. The average 
gift was $223.96 and 
the class participation 
was 84.38%). 

Mr. Copeland E. Adams 
The Rev. Edward J. Agsten 
Dr. Charles A. Barrel! 
Mr. StewaTt Bell, Jr. 
Mr Frank L. Bersch 
Mr. Samuel F. Curling 
Dr Robert C Derbyshire 
Mr. S. Wooten Epes 
The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. 
Mr. Christopher Heindl 
Mr Robert R. Henry 
Mr John M. Hunt 
Mr. Andrew L. Ingles 
Mr. William W. Jefferson 
Mr. S. Taylor Martin III 
Mr. Richard McDearmon 
Dr. Alpheus W. Potts 
Dr. Luther L. Price 
Mr Macon Reed, Jr. 
Dr. Wellford C Reed 
Dr. John R. Saunders, Jr. 
Mr Robert G. See, Jr. 
The Rev. John W. Sherman 
Mr. J. Holmes Thomas 
Dr. Herbert Trotter, Jr. 
Mr. C. Wilder Watts, Jr. 
The Rev. Nathaniel H. Wooding- 
deceased 



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Class of 1932 

30 out of 42 class 
members contributed 
$7,267. The average 
gift was $242.23 and 
the class participation 
was 71.43%. 

Mr Charles P. Blackley 

Mr. Paul G Boone 

Mr. Francis C. Christian 

Mr. Joseph B Farrar 

Mr. Norman K. Farrar 

The Hon. John A. Field, Jr. HD 70 

Mr Benjamin P. Franklin 

Mr Fred L. Garrett, Jr. 

Mr. James W. Gordon, Jr. (T) 

The Rev. Robert M. C Griswold 

Mr James W. Gulick 

Mr Bryant R. Harper 

Mr. Roy C. Hogan 

Mr. Edwin H. Jones 

Mr. Edgar A. Kelbaugh 

Dr. Edwin L. Kendig.Jr. HD 71 

The Rev. Frank C. King 

Mr Virginias A. Love 

Mr. C. Fred Mangus 

The Rev. James M. McNair 

Mr. R. Ivanhoe Morgan 

Mr. Theodore Ripberger.Jr. 

Mr. Elmer R Ritz 

Mr. W. Alan Smith 

Mr. H. Rogers Thomas 

The Rev C. O'Ferrall Thompson 

Mr Thomas L. Toone 

Mr Elbert Lee Trinkle, Jr 

Dr. Charles E. Troland 

Mr. George T. Walters 

Mr. George H. Ware 

Class of 1933 

32 out of 45 class 
members contributed 
$5,685. The average 
gift was $177.66 and 
the class participation 
was 71.11%. 

Mr John L Bruner 

The Rev. C William Chappell 

Dr. William B. Costenbader 

Dr. Anthony M DeMuth 

Mr. A. Fleet Dillard 

The Hon. Meredith Dortch 

Dr. Albert R. Gillespie 

Dr. John L Guerrant 

Dr. James E. Hemphill 

Dr. G. G. Himmelwright, Jr. 

Mr. John A. Hopkins 

Mr. Joseph L. Hudson 

Dr. Marion K. Humphries, Jr. 

Mr. William P. Jones 

Mr. William E. Knight 

Mr. Cecil David Kutz 

Mr. John J. Lawson II 

Mr. Robert C. Lewis 

Dr. John T Llewellyn 

Dr. Robert J. Martin, Jr. 

Dr. Russell G. McAllister 

Mr. James S. McKenry 

Mr. Shirley E. Mullens 

Dr. Robert S Mullin 

The Rev. Edgar J. Nottingham III 

Dr. Edwin M. Shepherd 

Dr. Albert L. Sturm 

Mr. James R. Sydnor 

The Rev. Milton G Wilkerson 

Mr. S. Vance Wilkins, Sr. 

Mr. William T Williams III 

Mr. E Franklin Younger, Jr. 



1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



Class of 1934 

29 out of 39 class 
members contributed 
$7,175. The average 
gift was $247.41 and 
the class participation 
was 74.36%). 

Mr. Edwin E Bouldin 

Dr. Robert T. Brumfield 

Mr Ray S Campbell 

Mr. Peter G Cosby III 

Dr. Horace H. Custis.Jr. 

Mr Robert H. Edmunds 

Dr W F. FallwelLJr 

Mr James D. Finley II 

Mr. John Skelton Harvie.Jr. 

Mr George B.Jennings, Jr. 

Mr. Frederick T. Kingdon 

Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. 

Mr. Samuel B McLaughlin 

Dr Richard A. Michaux HD 74 (T 

Mr. Daniel E. Moore 

Mr. Willie E. Moore 

Mr Edward O. Poole 

The Rev. Charles S. Ruff 

The Rev. John G. Shirley 

Dr. Edward V. Siegel 

Mr. Harold W. Smith 

Mr. James Miller Smith, Jr. 

Mr. William F. Spotswood, Jr 

Mr Harry M. Tayloe 

Dr Walter E. Vest, Jr 

Mr. Thomas R. Wallace 

Dr. Woodrow W. Wilkerson 

Dr. John B. Woodworth 

Mr. Lewis Q. Yowell 

Class of 1935 

43 out of 61 class 
members contributed 
$6,872. The average 
gift was $159.81 and 
the class participation 
was 70.49%). 

Mr. Matthew M. Alexander 

Mr. John I. Armstrong 

Mr. Don P. Bagwell 

Mr. John G Beckwith 

Mr. A. Brooks Booker 

Dr. John O.Boyd, Jr. 

Mr. Clarence Campbell, Jr. 

Mr. R. Dabney Carson 

Mr. R. Lee Chambliss, Jr. 

Mr. Leonard B. Chittum 

Mr. C William Dickhoffjr. 

Mr. Jeffress S Dortch, Jr. 

The Rev. Bernard E. Dotson 

Mr. Oscar P. Fitzgerald, Jr. 

Dr. Graham Gilmer, Jr. 

The Rev Donald H. Goshorn, Sr. 

Mr Percy Harris, Jr. 

Mr. D. Rankin Hervey 

Mr. Thomas F. Hicks 

Mr Thomas J. Holden,Jr. 

Dr. Thomas J. Humphries 

Mr Robert F Hutcheson, Jr. 

Dr. William M. Jefferies 

Mr. Royston Jester III 

The Rev. William F. Junkin, Jr. 

Mr Paul M. Lantz 

Mr Andrew K. Leake 

Mr Richard E. Lewis 

Mr. John R. Marchant 

Mr James B. Massey, Jr. HD 76 

The Rev. Gordon R. Nichols 

Mr. Eugene B. Pendleton, Jr. 

Dr. Paul E. Power 

Mr. Dudley A Raine, Sr. 

Mr. Frederick V. Reed 

The Rev. Theoderic Roberts, Jr. 

Mr. A. Trigg Sanders 



Mr Owsley W Sanders 
Mr. Ted S. Tower 
Mr. Joseph T. Trotter 
Mr A. A. Waldrop.Jr 
Mr. Lewis M. Walker, Jr. 
Mr James G. Watson 
Mr. Lewis R White 
Dr. Mark Byrd Williams 
Mr. Howard E. Wright, Jr 
Dr. T.K. Young, Jr. 

Class of 1936 

47 out of 62 class 
members contributed 
$10,746. The average 
gift was $228.64 and 
the class participation 
was 75.81%,. 

Mr. Lester E. Andrews 

Dr. William H Armstrong 

Mr Morton M Barbour 

Mr. Stuart H. Barrell 

Mr. William P. Becker 

Mr. Robert M. Boyd, Jr. 

Mr John G. Bruce 

Dr. J. Garnett Bruce, Jr. 

The Rev Day Carper 

Mr. Arthur E. Carver, Jr 

Dr. Jesse N. Clore, Jr. 

Mr. Walter C Crawley 

Mr. Norment Custis 

Mr. William B. Douglass, Jr. 

Mr. J. Tucker Doyne, Jr. 

Mr. John H. East 

Mr James L. Elder 

Mr. John W. Eure.Jr. 

Mr. B. Noel Fallwell 

Mr William S. Formwalt 

Dr. E. Claybrook Griffith 

Mr James Henry Hancock, Jr. 

Mr. Howard H. Hanmer.Jr. 

Mr. William R.Hill, Jr. (T) 

Dr. W. Ivan Hoy 

Mr. Preston B. Hundley 

Mr. William B. Inge 

Dr. Daniel E. Jenkins 

Mr Robert D Johnson 

Mr. Winston P. Lewis, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph T. Maginnis 

The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes 

Mr. John B. Merrill 

Mr. George D. Moffett, Jr. 

Cmdr. Frank M. Morton, Jr. 

Mr. William P. Price 

The Rev. William H. Ramkey, Jr. 

Mr. Henry C. Reed 

Mr. George Richardson III 

Mr. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 

Mr. D. Mott Robertson 

Mr. William J. Rue 

Mr. George A. Scott, Jr. 

Mr. C Daniel Shelburne 

Mr. Willard M. Showalter 

Mr. Richard B. Tunstall 

Mr. Roland B. Webb 

The Rev. Joseph R. Woody 

Class of 1937 

42 out of 71 class 
members contributed 
$4,467. The average 
gift was $106.36 and 
the class participation 
was 59.15%). 

Mr. John R. Baskervill 

Mr. Frank G Bedinger, Jr. 

Mr Clyde H. Bliss 

Mr. Frank M. Booth 

Lt Col. A. Howard Bouldin 

Mr Alexander P. Burruss 

Mr. John Frank Chambers 



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The Rev. Marvin K. Compher 
Mr. J. Gilliam Conrad 
Mr. Alexander B. Dickinson 
Mr. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. 
Mr. Stuart M. Farrar 
Mr. Verne A. Ferguson, Sr. 
Dr. John H.Hall, Jr. 
Dr. Ward Harshbarger.Jr. 
The Rev. William B. Heyward 
The Rev. William B. L. Hutcheson 
Mr. Jacob L Johnson 
Mr. Arthur E. Jones, Jr. 
Dr. William R.Jones, Jr. 
Mr. George B. Lawson, Jr. 
Dr Robert H. Loving 
Mr. Richard S. Manson 
Dr. B. Henry Massey 
Dr. Lloyd F. Moss 
Mr. Herbert S. Newman, Jr. 
Mr. Frank D. Pollard 
Mr. Thomas C Raine, Jr. 
Mr. Dabney H. Sandidge 
Dr. James W. Simmons 
Mr. S. Bruce Spencer 
Mr. W. H. Tappey Squires, Jr. 
The Hon. W. Carrington Thomp- 
son HD '82 
Mr. George L. Walker, Jr. 
Mr. Ryland R. Weisiger 
Mr. John Drewry Westbrook 
Mr. James A. Whitlock 
Dr. William R. Whitman, Jr. 
Mr. E. Daniel Williams 
The Rev. Irvine H. Williams 
The Hon. J. T. Williams 
Mr. James W. Younce 

Class of 1938 

48 out of 64 class 
members contributed 
$14,012. The average 
gift was $291.92 and 
the class participation 
was 75.00%). 

Mr. Thomas E. Adkins,Jr. 

The Rev. Lundy M. Barkley 

Mr. Lorenzo L. Bean, Jr. 

Mr. Frederick W. Beck, Jr. 

Mr. Richard A. Burrell 

Mr. Eugene C Caldwell 

Dr. E. Malcolm Campbell 

Mr. William A. Carrington 

Mr. G. Gilmer Craddock 

Dr. Horace E. Cromer, Jr. 

Dr. Martin Donelson.Jr. 

Dr. Russell E. Fox 

Mr. Clarence C Hager 

Dr. William T. Hall 

Mr. John Halliday 

Mr. J. Harrison Hancock 

Mr. Robert G. Harper 

Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove 

Mr. Charles R. HoUaday 

Mr. John L. Holladay 

Dr. John E. Husted 

Mr. Frank T. Hyde 

Dr.JethroH. Irby.Jr. 

Mr. Leslie M. Jones 

Cmdr. Robert A. Kincaid 

Dr William B. Lefrwich 

Mr. George H. Lewis 

Mr. John B. Long (T) 

Mr. Kenneth McCaskiH, Jr. 

Mr. Clarence V. Montgomery, Jr. 

Mr. Winston O. Noel 

Mr. Edward D. Redd 

Mr. John C Richardson 

Mr. Robert M. Richardson (T) 

Dr. Frank M. Ripberger 

Mr. Samuel O. Ruff 

Mr. Wellford L. Sanders 

Dr. Albert W.Smith, Jr. 

Dr. W. Conrad Stone 



Mr John H Temple 

Mr. Ralph M. Thompson, Jr. 

Dr. William W. Walton 

Mr. Meredith E. Watson 

Dr. Herbert F. Webb 

Mr. David Meade White, Jr. 

Mr. Robert B. Willcox 

Mr Charles B. Williams 

Dr. Thomas W. Williams 

Mr. W. Jorgensen Young-deceased 

Class of 1939 

42 out of 68 class 
members contributed 
$10,665. The average 
gift was $253-93 and 
the class participation 
was 61.76%. 

Mr. T Kyle Baldwin (T) 

Major Joseph A. Birdwell 

Mr. James M. Blanton.Jr 

Dr. Robert A. Buyers 

Mr Abram V. Daniel 

Mr Jackson C. Dodge 

Mr Bernard T. Doyle, Jr. 

Mr. Lewis D. Evans 

Mr Robert M. Evans 

Mr. Donald C. Farnsworth 

Mr. Lowery D. Finley.Jr. 

Mr. John H. Gilliam, Jr. 

Mr. Calvin G. Greear 

Mr. Joseph F. Hadel 

Mr. Nathan B. Hall 

The Rev D. Kirk Hammond 

Dr. W. H. Hazlett 

Mr. W. Henry Hubbard 

Mr A. Anson Jamison 

Mr. Marcus C Jones 

Dr. E. Milton Kellam 

Mr. Joseph P. Lawson 

Mr. Thomas H. Lightner 

Mr. David J. McCallion 

Mr. James S. Mcllwaine.Jr. 

Mr. Lewis A. Nuckols 

Mr. Ralph M O'Hair.Jr. 

Mr. John M. Osborn 

Mr. Fred W. Palmore.Jr. 

Dr. W. Taylor Reveley 

Mr. George L Rex 

Mr. Walter C. Scott 

Mr. D. Scott Sears 

Mr. T. Randolph Sherman 

Mr. Charles M. Spencer 

Mr. William B. Spencer 

Mr. Moody E. Stallings 

Mr. Frank H. Terry 

Lt.Col. R. L. Tribble 

Mr. Burleigh B. Turner, Jr. 

Dr. Edgar N. Weaver 

Mr. Howell A. Wilson 

Mr William G. Wing 

Class of 1940 

52 out of 79 class 
members contributed 
$10,443- The average 
gift was $200.83 and 
the class participation 
was 65.82%. 

Mr. Bennett H. Barnes, Jr. 

Mr Robert P. Barrell 

Mr William H Boyd 

The Rev. Gaston Boyle, Jr. 

Mr. James D Christian, Jr. 

The Rev. David C Crawford, Jr. 

Mr J. Strother Crockett 

Mr. Lester L. Dillard 

Mr W Robert Eason 

Mr Henry A Flannagan, Jr. 

Mr William H Flannagan HD 76 

Dr. John C. Foushee 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Dr. John B Funer 

Dr. Richard M. German, |r. 

Dr. John T Goode III 

Mr. Leigh B Hanes, Jr. 

Dr. Shin Hasegawa 

Mr Homer P. Hatten 

Mr. Charles G. Houston, Jr. 

Mr Ben F Hurt 

Mr. Cary A. Huttet 

Mr. C. Maynard Johnson 

The Rev. Albert N.Jones 

Dr William R. Kay 

Mr. Paul B. Lacy, Jr. 

Mr William A. Lashley 

Mr Hunter M. Leach 

Mr Monroe Leigh 

Dr. Richard H Lowe, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas B. Mason 

Dr. Virgil R. May 

Mr Everett T. Meredith 

Mr. Harold L. Mitchell 

Dr. Robert E Mitchell, Jr. 

Mr Charles D. Nottingham 

Dr. J. Davison Philips HD '63 

Dr John M. Ratliff 

Dr. Lewis G. Richards, Jr. 

Mr. Charles A. Roach 

Mr. Hugh M. Seamans 

Dr. Nelson M. Smith 

Mr. J Brookes Smith, Jr. 

Mr. William P. Snavely 

The Rev. W. Holt Souder 

The Rev. Millard G. Stimpson 

Mr. Herbert R. Stokes 

Dr Ralph M. Stokes, Jr. 

Lt. Col. Frank E. Sullivan 

The Rev. James G Thompson 

Dr Robert P. Trice 

Mr. Jesse O. Van Meter, Jr. 

Dr Robert C. Vaughan.Jr. HD '61 

Mr. Emory S. Waldrep 

The Rev William G. Walker 

Dr William B. White 

Lt. Col. A. A. Williams 

Class of 1941 

51 out of 70 class 
members contributed 
$11,405. The average 
gift was $223-63 and 
the class participation 
was 72.86%. 

The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson, Jr. 

Mr. P. Tulane Atkinson, Jr. 

Mr. J. E. Berry 

Mr. James L. Bugg.Jr. 

Mr William B.Bullock, Jr. 

Mr. A. McDowell Bynum 

Mr Frank C. Chaffin, Jr. 

Mr. William C. Chewning 

Dr Walter R Chirwood 

Mr Thomas L. Currie 

Mr Robert L. Dabney III — deceased 

Dr Robert M. Davies 

Mr James E. Douglass 

Mr Hugh H Dunkum.Jr 

Dr. Frederick T. Edmunds 

Mr. Arthur P. Flippo 

Mr Robert C. Francis, Jr 

Mr Rodney Freeman 

Mr. Joseph B. Geyer 

Dr. James W Gibson 

Mr William C. Gibson, Jr 

Mr Henry C. Green 

Dr. A. Lawson Hardie, Jr 

Dr. Matthew L. Lacy II 

Lt. Col. John F. Lewis, Jr. 

Dr. Sam W Lippincott.Jr. 

Mr. John F. McClellan 

The Rev. Byron L Milton 

Mr John I. Mitchell 

Dr Ray A. Moore, Jr 

Mr Theodore G. Offterdinger 



Mr. Clarence T. Orgain 

Mr. William S. Patterson 

Dr. J. Hunter Peak.Jr 

Mr. William M. Roberts, Jr. 

Dr. Nathaniel L. Rodgers 

Mr. Thomas C. Ruff 

Mr. John G. Sanders 

Dr. Robert G. Schultz 

Mr. Francis A. Shelton 

The Rev. Kenneth V. Shick 

Mr. Frank Otey Smith 

The Hon. William B. Spongjr. HD 

68 
Col. Clayton B. Tasker 
Mr. H. Tyler Taylor, Jr. 
Mr Robert E. Taylor 
Mr William L. Taylor 
Mr. William G. Traylor, Jr. 
The Rev. Thomas T Traynham,Jr. 
Mr. Richard B. Whiting 
Mr Robert L. Williamson 
Mr. James W Wilson III 
Dr. Edwin S. Wysor 

Class of 1942 

57 out of 86 class 
members contributed 
$8,600. The average 
gift was $150.88 and 
the class participation 
was 66.28%. 

Mr. Edward G. Bagley, Jr. 

The Rev. William H. Bailey 

Dr John S Baker 

Col Charles H Beale.Jr. 

Mr Patrick H. Booth, Jr 

Mr. Thomas G Bowen, Jr. 

Dr. A. C. Buchanan, Jr. 

Dr. Addison D. Campbell 

Mr W. Cecil Carpenter, Jr. 

Mr Walter H. Cobbs, Jr. 

Mr William C. Comstock 

Dr. James E. Cousar III 

Mr. William T Covington, Jr. 

Dr Charles L. Crockett, Jr 

Dr. Edward G. Davis, Jr. 

Dr J William Dixon, Jr. 

Mr J. Marshall Doswell.Jr. 

Mr Walter M. Engle 

Dr. W.Keith Eubank, Jr. 

Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. 

Mr. James B. Gregory 

Mr Kossen Gregory 

Mr Hugh C Halliday 

Dr. William B. Harris 

The Hon William P. Hay, Jr. 

Mr Frank S. Heidelbach 

The Rev. George R Holden 

Dr Kenneth L. Hollenbeck 

Dr. Thomas M. Horsley, Jr. 

Mr. William G. Huggins 

Mr. Allyn G Janney 

Dr. E. Forrest Jessee 

Dr Lewis D.Johnston, Jr. 

Mr Joseph C Kelley 

Mr. Robert A. Kelly 

Mr. Bruce F. Kemp 

Mr. John E. Loyd 

Mr. Samuel W McGann, Jr 

Col. Francis R Munt 

Mr John S. Pancake 

Mr William R Rogers 

Mr. Roy B. Sears 

Mr. Henry Shepherd V 

Mr. Jerry P. Simmons, Jr. 

Mr. Philip L. Strader 

Mr. Cary A. Thompson, Jr. 

Dr William K. Tracy 

Mr William S. Trinkle 

Mr. J. Page Turner 

Dr Edwin B Vaden 

Mr. Douglas Venable 

Mr. Stuart R Virts 



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Mr Linton B Ward, Jr. 
Mr. Ira B.Watson, Jr. 
Mr. William A. Webb 
Mr Lewis M. White 
Mr Robert W. Williams 
Mr Benjamin J. Willis.Jr. 
Mr Gordon C. Willis 
Mr John N. Wilson, Jr. 

Class of 1943 
61 out of 90 class 
members contributed 
$13,845. The average 
gift was $226.97 and 
the class participation 
was 67.78%. 

Dr. Horace Adams J r 

Dr. Louis E Alexander 

Mr. William D.Allen, Jr. 

Mr Francis P. Bailey, Jr. 

Mr Boyd P. Beall.Jr 

Mr H Carlisle Bean 

Dr Frank M. Blanton 

Dr. Elam W. Bosworth II 

Mr William O.Bouldin.Jr 

Mr. Royal E.Cabell, Jr. (T) 

Dr. Gilbert S. Campbell, Jr. 

Dr. John B. Catlett 

Mr William H. Clarke 

The Rev. Thomas A. Combellick 

Dr. Joseph W. Coxe III 

Mr Douglass C. Crummett 

Dr Austin I Dodsonjr. 

The Rev A D. Ellison, Jr. 

Mr. William B. Elwang, Jr. 

Mr. Elias Etheridge.Jr. 

Mr. William M. Flanagan 

Mr. Allan L Fox.Jr 

Mr. William C. Garrett 

Dr. William T. Gladden, Jr. 

Mr. William B. Graham 

Mr. Thomas O. Gwaltney III 

Mr. William A. Haley III 

Mr. James G. Hanes, Jr. 

Mr. John P. Harrison, Jr. 

Mr Joe C Hereford 

Mr Jesse R Hopkins 

Dr. William R Irby 

Dr. Thomas N. P. Johns 

Dr. Samuel S. Jones 

Mr. Thomas G. Lane, Jr 

Mr. Paul G. Liebmann 

Mr. James L Lipsey 

Dr Charles E Llewellyn, Jr 

Dr H. Carl Messerschmidt.Jr. 

Mr Eugene D. Millar 

Dr Robert P Moore 

Dr Roderick A. Mundy 

Mr. Carter Noble 

Mr. Horace G Paist 

Mr. James G. Peden 

Mr. Francis Y. Savage 

Dr. John H Shaw 

Mr John P. Sivell 

The Hon Robert B. Spencer.Jr. 

Mr Thomas M. Spencer.Jr 

Mr. Walter G Sprye 

Dr Richard M. Stephenson 

Dr. Cary G. Suter 

Dr Frank E Taylor 

Mr John H Thompson III 

Mr James H Timberlake 

Mr James R Traylor 

Mr. Sidney J. Venable, Jr. 

Mr. Alan J. White 

The Rev. Thomas C Whitehouse 

Mr P S. Wielert 

Mr. Caleb Winslow.Jr 

Mr. Edward W. Wolcott 



Class of 1944 

33 out of 63 class 
members contributed 
$6,655. The average 
gift was $201.67 and 
the class participation 
was 52.38%. 

Dr. Eugene R. Bebeau 

Mr. Waldo H. Beck 

Mr. Robert P. Bendall.Jr. 

Mr. Henry W. Brockenbrough 

Mr Charles Burgess 

Mr. Robert C Coleburn 

Mr. Charles E. Crank, Jr. 

Mr. John H. Cross 

Dr. Lonnie B Dickens, Jr 

Mr. Alexander C Graham 

Dr. William W. Halligan, Jr 

Dr. John Q Hatten 

Mr James T. Hopkins, Jr 

Mr Julian B.Jackson, Jr 

Mr Henry M. Jarvis 

Mr. Ben I.Johns 

Mr. Harold R Johnson 

Mr. Thomas T. Land 

Mr. Turner C Laramore, Jr. 

Mr. Richard H Manson.jr. 

The Rev. James A Marrow, Jr 

Mr. Johnson McRee.Jr. 

Dr. Wallace C Nunley 

Dr John A Owen, Jr. 

Mr Loren L Parker, Jr. 

Mr Charles S. Reeves 

Col Robert T Richmond 

Mr. Michael Roksandic 

Mr John A. L. Ruff 

Mr Walter D. Shields 

Mr. James T. Spratley 

Dr. E. Randolph Trice 

Mr. Arthur G. Turner 

The Rev. Elbert M. Williamson 

Mr Frederick W Young, Jr. 

Class of 1945 

43 out of 72 class 
members contributed 
$6,830. The average 
gift was $158.84 and 
the class participation 
was 59.72%. 

Mr. Tucker G Bedinger 
Mr. Carl W. Belcher 
The Rev. Robert Bluford.Jr. 
Mr. Lewis E. H. Brandon 
Mr. Lawrence R. Burton 
Mr. Stanley G. Cline III 
Dr. C. Barrie Cook 
Mr. Huestis P. Cook,Jr 
Lt. Col. D. R. Copeland 
Dr. Charles R. Crews 
Mr T. Frank Crowder 
Mr. John E. DeHardit 
Mr R.Conrad Dodl, Jr. 
Mr Harley C. Easter 
Mr. John V. Edmunds 
Mr. William N. Eskridge 
Mr Thomas J. Fulcher.Jr. 
Mr Henry H. Galusha, Jr. 
The Hon. Ernest P. Gates (T) 
Mr B. Richards Glascock, Jr. 
The Hon Robert C. Goad 
Mr. C. Hobson Goddin 
Mr. William L. Harvie 
Mr. C. Carrington Herbert 
Mr. John P Hughes III 
Mr Paul L.Johnson, Jr. 
Mr. James M. Jones, Jr. 
Mr. Ralph D. Keightiey.Jr. 
Mr. John Laing 
Mr. William B Lambert 
Mr Stephen T. Martin 



1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



Mr Harry K. Parks 

Mr. J. Preston Proffitt, Jr. 

Mr. Frank F. Rennie III 

Dr. Frank M Ryburn.Jr 

Mr. William R. L Smith 111 

Mr John F. Stephens, Jr 

Mr George R. Stuart 

Mr. Walter W. Tunstall 

Mr EarlS. Vass.Jr 

Mr Thomas N. Wilson, |r. 

Mr Robert P Winfield, Jr. 

Class of 1946 

33 out of 62 class 
members contributed 
$5,180. The average 
gift was $156.97 and 
the class participation 
was 53.23%c. 

Mr. John G. Armistead 

Mr. George D. Baldock 

Mr. George A. Beam 

Mr Stratford W Butterworth 

Mr. C. Davenport Carrington 

Mr. G. Philip Cheatham 

Mr. Cabell F. Cobbs 

Dr. William S Coxe 

Mr. Claiborne W Craddock 

Dr. Junius E. Crowgey 

Mr. J. David Crute 

Mr. August A. Dietz III 

Col. R. Donald Glenn 

Dr Francis G Griffin 

Mr. Forrest B. Holloway 

Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. 

Mr. Francis P Jones 

Mr Oscar G Jones 

Mr. George B. Little 

Mr. Robert M. McAllister 

Dr. W. Austin McClellan 

Mr. Charles W. Merriam, Jr. 

Mr. Robert G Moore 

Dr. R. David Noel 

Dr Levi Old, Jr. 

Mr Neale H Oliver 

Mr. Allen C. Phillips 

Mr Sumpter T. Priddy.Jr 

Mr. Robert A. Scott 

Mr. Walter D. Southall 

Mr. Walter N. Street, Jr. 

Mr. Guy M. Timberlake.Jr. 

Mr. Charles C Travis, Jr. 

Mr William E Wood 

Dr Hugh Orian Wrenn 

Class of 1947 

18 out of 32 class 
members contributed 
$6,025. The average gift 
was $334.72 and the 
class participation was 
56.25%,. 

Dr. John D. Beall 
Mr. William J. Cantwell 
Mr Alfred T Curlee 
Mr. William N. Gilmer 
Mr Oliver C. Greenwood 
Dr. Frank I Hobbs 
Dr O. W. Lacy 
Mr. George H. Leary 
Mr J Cullen C. Leigh 
Mr Charles M Loving 
Mr. Carlton B. Noel 
Dr William M. Rigginsjr. 
Mr. Robert P. Stickley, Jr. 
Mr. James A Sydnor 
Dr. John L. Thornton III 
Mr. Robert W. Tirrell, Jr. 
Mr. [. Ernest Warinner III 
Dr RobertB Webb, Jr. 



Class of 1948 

27 out of 43 class 
members contributed 
$5,490. The average gift 
was $203-33 and the 
class participation was 
62.79%>. 

Mr. William E. Atkinson 
Mr. Marvin C. Bowling,Jr. 
Mr. Roger W Dudley 
The Rev. Thomas W. Foley 
Mr. Donald Lee Garlock 
Mr. Harry V. Haga.Jr. 
Mr Clivie C Haley, Jr. 
Dr. James A. Higgs, Jr. 
Mr Richard W Hills 
Mr. Robert C Jones 
Mr George J. Kostel 
Mr Lewis H. Lancaster 
Mr. Joseph S. Livesay.Jr. 
Mr. C. Kemper Lorraine 
Mr. John H. Michalek 
Dr. Thomas P. Overton 
Mr McHenry Peters, Jr. 
Mr Don R. Rapier 
Mr Roy C. Rhodes 
Mr. Charles H. Rolston 
Mr. J. R Sentman 
Dr. Shelton H. Short III 
Dr. Peter W Squire 
Mr. Hubert S. Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. William F. Watkins, Jr. 
Mr Plumer W. Wiseman 
Mr. Bryan W. Wood 
Mr. George Wright 

Class of 1949 

41 out of 60 class 
members contributed 
$5,514. The average 
gift was $134.49 and 
the class participation 
was 68.33%o 

Mr Wesley G. Andrews, Jr. 

Mr William N. Balas 

Mr. William T Bondurant, Jr. 

Mr. David M. Boney.Jr. 

Mr. Carl N. Cimino 

Mr. H Otis Copley 

The Rev John R. Dail 

Mr. Lewis M. Downs, Jr. 

The Rev. James E. Drinkard 

Dr Robert K. Dyer 

Mr. Charles H. Eure.Jr. 

Mr. William D. Gallalee 

Dr. Frederick T Given, Jr 

Mr. Jack A Glascock 

Mr. M. Maury Goodloe 

Mr. William P Groseclose 

Mr Richard N Harris 

Mr. C. Willard Hart, Jr. 

The Rev. Everett A Hellmuth.Jr. 

Mr. H. William Hoffman HD '80 

Mr. John A. Hudson, Jr. 

Mr Richard D. Hudson 

The Rev. John M. Irvine. Jr. 

Mr Archer Jones 

Mr. Frank Davis Luck III 

Mr. James W. Luke, Jr. 

Dr. Winfield Massie 

Mr Claude W. Milam 

Mr. Henry R Miller III 

The Rev WentzJ Miller 

Mr. Grant C. Sipp 

Mr. P. Warren Spratley, Jr. 

Dr. W Graham Stephens 

The Rev. Arthur H. Stevens, Jr. 

Mr. E. Wyllys Taylor 

Dr Jesse C Thompson, Jr. 

Mr. A. Gordon Van Ness.Jr. 

Mr. Edwin D. Warinner 



Mr Richard A. Wiant 

Dr. William L. Wilson HD 61 

Mr. Walter H. Young 

Class of 1950 

84 out of 145 class 
members contributed 
$18,015. The average 
gift was $214.46 and 
the class participation 
was 57.93%o. 

Anonymous 

Mr Herbert H. Adkins 

Mr. Earl T. Agee 

Mr. Willie W. Averett III 

Mr. Richard J. Bartlett 

Mr. Richard). Basto 

Mr. L. Preston Bland III 

The Rev. Allan Bond 

Mr. H. Pierce Brawner, Jr. 

Mr. George T. Bryson, Jr. 

Mr. Tate Cox Buchanan 

Mr. P James Burton, Jr. 

Mr Bernard M. Caperton 

Mr. Douglas G. Chapman, Jr. 

Dr. R. Cecil Chapman 

Dr. Jack W. Chevalier 

Mr. Lynn P. Chewning 

Mr. McLin S. Choate, Jr. 

Mr. Carter L. Coghill 

Mr. Samuel M. Cole, Jr. 

Mr. Theodore F. Collins 

Mr. Robert H Coulter, Jr. 

Mr. John W. Cowherd III 

The Rev. Russell R Davis 

Mr. Robert A. Dirom.Jr. 

Mr. Robert W. Driver 

Mr. Samuel A. Elder 

Mr. Joseph Davis Elmore 

Mr. Frank L. Field, Jr. 

Mr. Francis E. Flora 

Mr. Lewis B. Goode, Jr. 

Dr. Julius T. Goodman 

Mr. Edward L Goodwin 

Dr. T. Winston Gouldin 

Mr. Leroy Y. Haile.Jr. 

The Rev. L. Randolph Harrison 

Dr. Collier S. Harvey, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph W. Hazlegrove 

Mr. A. Milan Hitt.Jr. 

Mr. John W.Howard, Jr. 

The Rev. Charles R. Hughes, Jr. 

Mr. William A. Hunter 

Mr. Robert E. Johnson 

Mr. Roy W. Knopp 

Mr. Charles A. Lambdin 

Mr Harry C. Lonergan, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas S. Lovelace 

Mr. William W. Lucado 

Dr. Russell C. MacDonald 

Mr. M. Glenn Magaha 

Dr. William W. Martin, Jr. 

Dr. William M Mcllwaine 

Dr. William D McLean 

Mr. William B. Mesmer 

Mr. Billie M. Millner 

Mr. James V. Morgan, Sr. 

Mr. Paul M. Nicholls 

Mr. M. Scott Nininger, Jr. 

Mr. Robert B. Osburn 

Mr. C. Robert Peery 

Mr. William L Pickhardt.Jr. 

Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. 

Dr. John M. Quarles 

Mr. Ewell M. Rawles 

Mr. Thomas C. Rennie 

Mr. Haynie S. Robertson, Jr 

Dr. Samuel B Ryburn 

Mr. Frederic R. Scott 

Mr J. Howard Settle 

Mr William H. Shirey 

Mr. Fred L Silbernagel, Jr 

The Rev. R Daniel Simmons 



Mr Philip M. Snyder III 
Mr. Edward M. Spratley 
Mr. D. Simpson Tomkies 
Mr. James L. Trinkle 
Mr. Palmer G. Tunstall 
Mr William C Vaden 
Dr. John H. Vansant 
Mr. John W. Vellines 
Mr Richard M. Venable, Jr. 
Mr James M Vest, Jr. 
Mr. Wyndham P. Walke.Jr. 
Mr. William B. WaU 
Dr Lindley M. Winston 
Mr Walter B. Woodson, Jr. 

Class of 1951 

68 out of 106 class 
members contributed 
$26,737. The average 
gift was $393.19 and 
the class participation 
was 64.15%. 

Mr. Alfred A. Adkins III 

Mr. Lawrence T. Berry, Jr. 

Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. (T) 

Mr. Walter Bridges, Jr. 

Mr. Gardiner T. Brooks, Jr. 

Mr. Randolph B. Chichester 

Dr. David S. Cobbledick 

Mr. S. Daley Craig, Jr. 

Mr. Robert L. Ennis 

Dr. William S. Foreman, Jr. 

Mr. A. Conrad Frey, Jr. 

Mr. Franklin H. Fuller, Jr. 

Mr. Robert L. Galloway 

Mr. W. Marshall Geoghegan, Jr. 

Mr Mark B. Glascock, Jr. 

Mr. Howell L. Gruver 

The Rev. James E. Guthrie, Jr. 

Mr. Walter V. Hall 

The Rev. Samuel P. Hart 

Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. (T) 

Dr. Charles A. Hoffman, Jr. 

Mr. Richard K. Hoskins 

Mr. William O. E. Humphreys 

Mr. Wilbert T.James III 

Dr. W. Thomas Joyner, Jr. (F) 

Mr. Albert S. Kemper III 

Mr. Gilbert R. Larus, Jr. 

The Rev. A. Heath Light 

Col. Malcolm H. Livick 

Mr. Harvey S. Lutins 

Mr. John D. MacDonald 

Mr. David S. McClung II 

Mr. Robert P. McLean 

Mr. B. F. Moomaw.Jr. 

Mr. Donald C. Morris, Jr. 

Mr Charles B. Morton III 

Dr. V. Atwell Motley, Jr. 

Mr. Sidney S. Neblett 

Mr. Edwin P. Nevin 

Mr. Meigs A. Newkirk 

Mr. Richard E. Nolan 

Mr. John R. OConnellJr. 

Mr. Randolph M. Owen 

Mr. George W. Patteson III 

Mr. William C Peake 

Mr. C Lear Ponton 

Dr Robert H. Ramey.Jr. HD 77 

Mr. C Edward Richardson III 

Mr. Edgar R. Ridgeway 

Mr. Stuart A. Ritchie 

Dr. Clement J. Robbins III 

Mr. John A. Robertson 

Mr. William H. Robertson 

Mr. Alexander P. Robinson 

Mr. John Cutler Robinson 

The Rev. J. Sheppard Russell, Jr 

Mr. John S. Scott, Jr. 

Mr. H. Powell Seward, Jr. 

Mr. Benjamin G. Smith 

Mr. C W.Smith, Jr. 

Mr John V. Thompson, Jr. 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Mr. Hunter A. Tignor.Jr. 
Dr. Archer K. Tullidge 
Mr. Herman H. Walton, Jr 
Mr. David E. Watts 
Mr. Daniel B.Wexler, Jr. 
Mr. John D. Wilson 
Mr. Robert B Wrenn 
Mr. J. Meade Wright 
Mr. Stephen C. Wright 

Class of 1952 

57 out of 98 class 
members contributed 
$20,390. The average 
gift was $357.72 and 
the class participation 
was 58.16%. 

Anonymous 

The Rev Lawrence W. Avent 

Mr. Robert A. Baldwin 

Dr. F. Nash Boney 

Mr. Numa P. Bradner 

The Rev. Warren C Brannon, Sr. 

Dr. Andrew G. Briggs III 

Mr. William M. Buchanan 

Mr. Henry G. Coghill, Jr. 

Mr. William E. Coleman, Jr. 

Mr. Charles M. Dietz 

Mr. Basil M. Duncan, Jr. 

Mr. Charles B. Fraley 

Dr. Richard M. Frazer 

Mr. George C. Freeman, Jr. 

Mr. J. Samuel Glasscock 

Dr. Lloyd T. Griffith 

Mr. William C Hagan 

Mr. Robert W. Hassold 

Dr. Clarence A. Holland 

Mr. George R. Irminger 

Dr. William T. Johnson 

Mr. A. Emerson Johnson HD '69 

Mr. Robert W.King, Jr. 

Dr Elmer K. Landis, Jr. 

Dr. Henry S. Liebert, Jr. 

Mr. G. W. Lindsay 

Mr. John P. Maragon 

Mr. David N. Martin (T) 

Mr. Robert S. Mathews 

The Rev. Claud W. McCauley 

Mr. Hobson C. McGehee, Jr. 

Dr. Eugene D Milener III 

Mr. J. Hunter Miller 

Mr. G. R. Misenhelter 

The Rev. Stuart Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas C Moore 

Mr. Harvey B. Morgan 

Dr. Charles H. Moseley.Jr. 

Mr. Lewis F. Norton 

Dr. Benjamin R. Ogburn 

Dr. Charles H. Peterson, Jr. 

Mr James G. Rennie, Jr. 

The Rev. W. Ramsey Richardson 

Dr. John B. Schug 

Mr. William D. Sites 

Mr. Harry S. Stone 

Dr. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr. 

Mr. Stuart A. Talbott 

Dr. Marcellus E. Waddill 

Mr. William C. Wanbaugh, Jr. 

Mr. David C. Weeks 

Mr. Leigh C Whaleyjr. 

Mr. Herbert T Williams III 

Mr Ballard P. Wood 

Mr. Robert J. C Wrenn 

Mr. William H Wright 



Class of 1953 

39 out of 78 class 
members contributed 
$9,136. The average 
gift was $234.26 and 
the class participation 
was 50.00%>. 

Mr. Sheppard K. Ames, Jr. 
Dr. Richard S. Andrews 
Dr Charles C Ashby 
Mr. Joseph M. Bagley 
Mr. George E. Bahen, Jr. 
Mr. William A Blair 
Mr. A. G. W Christopher, Jr. 
Mr. Ernest G. Davis, Jr. 
Mr Richard R. Davis 
Mr. Richard W. Davis 
Dr. Herbert D. Deane.Jr. 
Mr. Philip M. DeHaas 
Mr. Edward M. Durand 
Mr Richard C Edmunds, Jr. 
Mr. William C Fitzgerald 
Mr. A. Cabell Ford, Jr. 
Mr Albert C. Ford 
Dr. James S. Harris, Sr. 
Mr. Frank R Hoffmann 
Mr. J. Bruce James (T) 
Mr. Robert M. Johnson 
Dr. C. Scott Kelly 
Dr. William P. Knox 
Mr Harry G. McGinn, Jr. 
Mr. Owen R. Minter 
Mr. William T. Murphy, Jr. 
Mr. Harry J. Nanney 
Mr. Sydnor C Newman, Jr. 
Dr. William M. Oppenhimer 
Mr. J. Harding Owen 
Mr. William M. Passano.Jr. 
Mr. Henry M. Read 
Mr. Thomas E. Reed 
Mr Roney Rowland 
Mr. Robert LSaffelle, Jr. 
Mr. J. Edwin Stanfield 
Mr. G. Scott Taylor 
Mr. Robert S. Tucker, Jr. 
Mr. E. Kemper Uhler, Jr. 
Dr. Smart B. White 

Class of 1954 

44 out of 73 class 
members contributed 
$14,570. The average 
gift was $331.14 and 
the class participation 
was 60.27%). 

Lt. Col. Edwin J. Andrews, Jr. 
Dr. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. 
Mr. Wade T.Atkins, Jr. 
Mr. William C Boinest (T) 
Dr. Joseph T. Bones 
Mr. Ben James Bowers 
Mr. Melvin D. Childers.Jr. 
Mr. Dilworth S. Cook, Jr. 
Mr. Richard M. Crandall 
Dr. John A. Cross, Jr. 
Dr. William S. Dodson 
Mr Vincent L. Duran 
Dr. T.J. Ferrell.Jr. 
Mr. Carter B. S. Furr 
Dr. Arthur H. Garst, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph S. Gillespie, Jr. 
Dr. Howard M. Hamilton, Jr. 
Mr. Rives S. Hardy 
Dr Harry F.Hoke, Jr. 
Mr. Samuel A. Hooker, Jr. 
Dr. R. Douglas Humphrey, Jr. 
Dr. David Lee Litchfield 
Mr Gordon M. Lucey 
Mr. Joe S. Maupin 
Mr. Louis F. Phillips, Jr. 
Mr. William H Plank 



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Mr. E. Stewart Robertson 
Dr. Fred D. Robinson 
Mr. Robert F Rosenbaum 
Mr. Ashby C Saunders 
Mr. John R. Shiflet 
Mr. James I. Slaydon, Jr 
Mr Harold R Spencer 
Mr. William B Taylor 
Dr R Dean Tester 
The Rev. E. T Thompson, Jr. 
Dr. Henry J. Tucker, Jr. 
Mr. Robert B. Upshaw 
Mr. Joseph L Wallace, Jr. 
Dr. K. K. Wallace, Jr. 
Col. A. S. Warinner 
Mr. George M. Williams 
The Hon. J. M.H.Willis, Jr. 
Mr. A. Ford Zehmer 

Class of 1955 

37 out of 65 class 
members contributed 
$15,532. The average 
gift was $419.78 and 
the class participation 
was 56.92%>. 

Dr. Mowbray Allan 

Dr Robert B. Allen 

Mr. James G. Anderson 

Mr. Douglas A. Bryant 

Mr. Samuel B. Chilton, Jr. 

Mr. Horace E. Costley.Jr. 

Mr. John W. Craddock 

Mr. John Worth Crandall 

Mr. Robert E. Curtis, Jr. 

Mr. William H. Daughtrey, Jr. 

Dr. Roy W.Dent, Jr. 

Mr. Guy O. Farley, Jr. 

Mr. J. Stokeley Fulton (S) — deceased 

Dr. Arthur S. Gear, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas E. Glascock 

Mr. John Ray Jennings 

Mr. John W. Kolmer 

Mr Edward H. Loud, Jr. 

The Rev. Richard L. Newkirk 

Mr. John Penn Oliver 

Mr. James M. Overbey 

Mr Donald R. Perritt 

Mr. George H. Randall 

Mr. Charles L. Reed, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas E. Reese 

Mr. W. Cabell Rives III 

Mr. Robert F. Roberts 

Mr. George B. Robinson 

The Hon. Joseph P. Rushbroooke 

Mr. Amos C. Saunders 

Mr. Thomas J. Savage, Jr. 

Mr. W. Sydnor Settle (T) 

Mr. Thomas F. Stewart 

Mr. Richard L. Waymack 

Mr. John J. Westbrook III 

Mr. Furman B. Whitescarver,Jr. 

Mr. Kennon C Whittle, Jr. 

Dr. Philip P. Wilson 

Class of 1956 

48 out of 81 class 
members contributed 
$8,963. The average 
gift was $186.73 and 
the class participation 
was 59.26%>. 

The Rev. Vernon A. Austin, Jr. 

Mr. Fred A. Bebeau 

Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. 

Mr Edward L. Breeden III 

Mr. Banner B. Brown, Jr. 

Dr Gilbert H. Bryson 

Mr Charles O Cake 

Mr. William T Carrington, Jr. 

Mr. Franklin J. Carter 



Dr. William P. Edmondson, Jr 

Mr Roger K. Elliott 

Mr. Lee W. Finks III 

Mr. John R. Fisher III 

Mr. Richard M. Geoghegan 

The Rev. W. Spencer Hamrick 

Dr. Herbert W.Harris, Jr. 

Mr Ronald M. Henry 

Mr. Fred M. Hodges, Jr. 

Mr. Lawrence H. Hoover, Jr 

Mr. James J. Keating, Jr 

Mr. Phillip W Key 

Mr. James E. Kulp 

Mr. Royster Lyle, Jr 

Mr. M. Edwin McCall, Sr. 

Mr G. Otis Mead III 

Mr John M. Miller 

Mr. William O. Moseley.Jr. 

Mr. Frank L. Nanney.Jr. 

The Rev. James A. Nichols 

Dr. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas R. Poland 

Dr. John A. Rawls 

Mr. John F. Richards 

Mr. Donald A. Ross 

Mr. John E Sadler, Jr 

Mr. Edward L. Sanders 

Mr. Richard B. Sessoms 

Mr. John R. Sharpe 

Mr. John W.Sherman III 

Mr. Halsey W.Smith, Jr. 

Dr James H. Smith 

Mr. William E. Toland 

Mr James M Turner 

Mr. Herman B. Walker 

Mr. H. EwingWallJr. 

Mr. James E. B. Wallace 

Mr. J. Shelby White 

Mr. William D. Williams 

Mr. Bernard L. Woody, Jr 

Class of 1957 

47 out of 75 class 
members contributed 
$17,595. The average 
gift was $37436 and 
the class participation 
was 62.67%. 

Mr. Donald M. Ault 
The Rev. Thomas T. Biggs 
Mr. George C Bird 
Dr. Thomas P. Bowe, Jr. 
Mr. John A. Buchanan 
Mr. Warren B. Carter 
Mr. George E. Dobyns 
Mr. Edward W. Early 
Mr. John F. Flaxington 
Mr. James Gordon Frazer 
Mr. William C. French 
Mr. William R. Gardner, Jr. 
Mr. Clarence R. Gillespie 
Dr. George L. B. Grinnan 
Mr. R. Bryan Grinnan III 
Dr. Walter L. Grubb.Jr. 
Dr. Austin B. Harrelson 
Mr Thomas F. Kilby 
Mr. Edward P. Lambert, Jr. 
Mr. Robert A. Lee, Jr. 
Dr. Willette L. LeHew 
Mr. Thomas C. Looney 
Mr. Hugh B. Marshall 
The Rev Edgar C Mayse 
Mr Walter C McDermott.Jr. 
Mr. Henry H McVey III 
Mr. Robert L. Morris 
Mr. Lewis H. Mundin III 
Mr. Malcolm R. Myers 
Dr. William L. Odom 
Mr. William O. Payne.Jr. 
Mr. C. Graham Pembroke, Jr. 
Mr. Sumner R. Pugh, Jr. 
Mr. Michaux Raine III 
Dr. L. Banks Simmons 



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Mr Benny B. Smith 
Mr James C Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. Clifton R. Titus, Jr. 
Mr. Robert E. Towers 
Mr. Robert G Traylor 
Mr. Joseph P. Vaughan, Jr. 
Mr. Robert H. Walker, Jr. 
Mr. Earle R. Ware II 
Mr. T Ashby Watts HI 
Mr. John P. Wetherill IV 
Mr. James L. Wiley, Jr. 
Mr Fletcher J. Wright III 

Class of 1958 

46 out of 89 class 

members contributed 

$9,122. The average 

gift was $198.30 and 

the class participation 

was 51.69%. 

Mr. Charles C Ames 

Dr. John Wilson Ames, Jr. 

Mr. Corydon M. Baylor, Jr. 

Mr James N. Boyd 

Mr. Miles S. Brooks 

Mr Thomas S. Bryant, Jr. 

Mr Frank Buck 

Mr Sherwood C. Butler, Jr. 

Mr. O Holmes Carter 

Maj. J. Thomas Clark III 

Mr E. Eugene Cooke 

Mr. Richard S. Copeland 

Mr. Charles M. Cowan, Jr. 

Dr Philip C Davis 

Dr. R. Ben Dawson, Jr. 

Mr. Charles M Dennis 

Mr Earle P. Dunham, Jr. 

Mr Robert R. Edens 

Mr. Gene M. Fronfelter 

The Rev. Peter C Fulghum 

Dr. William L. Griggs III 

Mr Frederick H. Haar 

Mr. Thom F. Hanes 

Mr. Edward S. Harlow, Jr. 

Mr Percy Harris III 

Dr. John E. Harwood,Jr. 

Mr Alexander L. Hoffman 

Mr Robert W Humphreys 

Dr. Wellford W. Inge, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph A. Leafe 

Mr. Raymond M. Meador 

Mr. James C Melvin 

Mr. Nathaniel P. Neblett 

The Rev. William T. Perkins 

Mr. James F. Post IV 

Mr. Harry Borum Price III 

Mr. Robert H. Price, Jr. 

Mr John Carlisle Priddy 

Dr Henry A. Prillaman, Jr. 

Mr. J. Horsley Putt, Jr. 

Dr. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. 

Mr Allen H. Reynolds 

Mr William C Richardson, Jr. 

Dr Peter Rosanelli, Jr. 

Col. Herbert Seay 

Mr Edward C Shepherd IV 

Mr G Granville Sydnor III 

Mr A. Darden Towe 

Mr John Hardy Waters III (S) 

Class of 1959 

50 out of 78 class 
members contributed 
$8,362. The average 
gift was $167.24 and 
the class participation 
was 64.10%). 

Dr John W.Bailey, Jr 
Mr. Edmund L. Benson III 
Mr John L. Brinkley (F) 
Mr Edgar D. Brooks, Jr. 



Mr William O. Bryant 
Mr Robert W. Carter 
Mr. Stuart W. Copeland 
Mr Robert Q. Cunningham 
Dr. George D. Delo, Jr. 
Dr Francis J. Duckwall 
Mr James E. Edwards 
Mr. William L. Fagan.Jr. 
Mr. Thomas H. Fletcher 
Mr. William R. Hess 
Dr. J. Robert Hippensteele 
Mr. Philip A. Hoge 
Mr. M. Norton Howe, Jr. 
Mr. Clarence B. Hyde II 
Mr. O. M.Jones, Jr. 
Dr. Richard A. LeHew 
Mr. A. Hunter Long 
Mr. Charles F. Lucas 
Dr. Drury Hunter Marrow III 
Dr. Murphy F. McGirt.Jr. 
Dr. Elbert P. Osborne, Jr. 
Mr. Charles A. Petersen, Jr. 
Mr. William S. Pierce 
Mr. Thomas B. Portertlcld II 
Mr. Arthur W. Raine 
Dr John N. Ralsten 
Mr. Edward H. Richmond, Jr. 
Mr. George E. Rickman 
Mr. David A Robbjr. 
Mr. Warren A. Sawyer 
Dr. Marvin W Scott 
Dr. John M. Shepherd, Jr. 
Mr. Lawrence N. Smith 
Mr. T. Robison Smith 
Mr. Richard P. Spitler 
Mr. Edmund L. Waddill.Jr. 
Mr. R. King Waddill 
Mr Fred G. Warren 
Mr. Donald P. Whitley 
Mr. R. Tyler Whitley 
The Rev. John R. Wilcox 
Mr. William P. Wilkins.Jr. 
Mr. L. Barron Wood, Jr. 
Mr. James K. Woodley.Jr. 
Mr. Robert L. Woosley, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas S. Word, Jr. 
Mr. Richard A. Yancey 

Class of 1960 

63 out of 102 class 
members contributed 
$22,134. The average 
gift was $351.33 and 
the class participation 

was 6l.76%>. 

Mr. Thomas Nelson Allen (T) 

Mr. William G Benson 

Mr. J. Robert Bray 

Mr. Edward H. Bryant, Jr. 

Dr. William G. Bunch, Jr. 

Mr. Robert J. Burnette 

Dr. Hawes Campbell III 

Dr. William B. Costenbader, Jr. 

Dr. Benjamin M. Crowder 

Mr. John C Crump III 

Mr. Harry Thomas Darnes, Jr. 

Mr. Henry T. Davis, Jr. 

Dr Brian A. Dementi 

Mr. Roland W. Dodson 

Mr. William C Doughty 

Dr. Lewis H. Drew (S) 

The Hon. Nelson T. Durden 

Mr. Marshall R. Ebert 

Mr. Clayton W. Eisinger 

Dr. Donald T. Erwin 

Mr. James G. Ferneyhough 

Mr. Donald A. Fowler 

Mr. F. Meriwether Fowlkes, Jr. 

Mr. Edward H. Fox 

Mr William H. Goodwyn, Jr. 

The Rev. James H. Grant, Jr. 

Mr. John F. Graves 

Mr John N. Harrington 



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Mr. Leon W. Hawker, Sr. 

Mr. E. Martin Hedgepeth, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas A. Hickman, Sr. 

The Hon. Fred L. Hoback.Jr. 

Dr. W. Glenn Hurt 

Mr. J. Charles Johnson 

Mr. Thomas H. Jones 

Mr. Myron Ray Kindley 

Mr. J. Thomas Kremer.Jr. 

Mr. Wayne C McLean 

Mr. Ben S. Morgan III 

Dr. John W.Myers III 

Dr William E. Overcash.Jr. 

Mr. John E. Pappas 

Mr. Paul M. Penick 

Mr. William F. Reveley 

Dr. William A. Robertson 

Mr. Bartlett Roper, Jr. 

Dr. William T.Ross, Jr. 

Mr. William T. Saunders, Jr. 

Mr. Garnett F. Smith 

Mr. Henry C Spalding, Jr. (T) 

Mr. Alan D. Stein 

Mr. Douglas H. Stinespring 

Mr. Henry A. Terjen, Jr. 

Mr. Garrie B. Thompson, Jr. 

Mr. William E.Ware, Jr. 

Mr. William G Waters 

Mr. John M.Wells, Jr. 

Mr. Richard W. Wertz 

Dr. Paul F. White 

Mr. Howard Whitney III 

Mr. William T. Wilson 

Mr. Allan Lindsay Witt 

Mr. Joseph H. Wood 

Mr. Emmett D. B. Yancey 

Class of 1961 

42 out of 79 class 
members contributed 
$6,787. The average 
gift was $161.60 and 
the class participation 
was 53.16%}. 

Mr. Leo R. Andrews, Jr. 

Mr. RylandA. Babb.Jr. 

Mr. Robert M. Barger 

Mr. Forest G. Bogan, Jr. 

Dr. Lewis W. Bridgforth 

Mr. Scott Broaddus 

The Hon. A. Joseph Canada, Jr. 

Mr. James F. Carper 

Mr. Jack H. Chappell 

Mr. Carroll A. Cloninger 

Mr. Richard E. Coons 

Mr. Gerald L. Duncan 

Mr. Robert B. Ewald III 

Mr. Louis M. Fisher, Jr. 

Mr. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. 

Mr. Warren H. Gardner 

Mr. Edward K Godsey, Jr. 

Mr. Terry L. Helsley 

Mr. Robert L. Hines, Jr. 

Mr. David O. Holman 

Mr. Joseph O. Humphreys 

Mr. Frederick F. Johnson 

Mr. Hugh K. Leary 

Mr. Richard McCarthy III 

Dr. George J. McVey HD 76 

Mr. D. Roger Mower, Jr. 

Mr. George M. O'Mara 

Dr. Kelley E. Overcash 

Mr. William H. Payne 

Mr. Marshall N. Pearman, Jr. 

Mr. Eugene E. Rich, Jr. 

Mr. J. Scott Simms 

Mr. James H. Slaughter 

Mr. David H. Smith II 

Mr. Olen C Stewart, Jr. 

Dr. H. Ben Stone III 

Mr. J. Robert Stump 

Mr. James L. Swisher 

Mr. Lewis M. Walker III 



Dr. Robert E. Wallace 
Mr. John S. Waring III 
Mr. Boyd Alton Webb 
Mr. Michael L. Woosley 
Mr. Eric Bland Zimmerman 

Class of 1962 

51 out of '84 class 
members contributed 
$8,242. The average 
gift was $161.61 and 
the class participation 
was 60.71%. 

Mr. C Thomas Andrews 
Mr Sidney G Armsworthy 
Mr Robert W Batten 
Dr. George W. Booze 
Mr. Philip H. Burcher.Jr. 
Mr. William T.Butler, Jr. 
Mr. William T Carden 
Dr. Phillip M. Cook 
Mr. Allen L. Dahl 
Mr Stuart Egerton II 
Mr. Edward L. Evans 
Mr. Larry E. Farrar 
Mr. J. William Ferrell III 
Mr. Fred L. Garrett III 
Mr. John R. Grymes 
Mr R. GarnettHall.Jr. 
Dr. Randolph R Hall 
Mr Paulus I. Haynsworth 
Dr. William J. Heinzer 
Mr. John R. Higgs 
Mr. Charles E. Hubbard 
Mr. Tristram T. Hyde IV 
Mr. Thomas W. Jamison 
Mr. William A. Kempton 
Mr. David E. Laird, Jr. 
The Rev. William K. Leach 
Mr. Robert C Leonard.Jr. 
Mr. David F. Lykins 
Mr. William E. Mason 
Mr. William J. Nelson 
Dr. Donald B. Nolan 
Mr. Irvin Owings III 
Mr J. B. Prince IV 
Mr William R. Ragsdale 
Col. Dudley A. Raine.Jr. 
Mr. Louis W. Randall 
Mr. John E. Roberts, Jr. 
Mr. Archibald Robertson III 
Dr. R. Lewis Royster 
Mr. Joseph A. Rucker III 
Mr. Joseph M. Ruffin.Jr. 
Dr. William G. Sale III 
Mr. William N. Sasher 
Mr. Daniel H. Shaner 
Mr Nelson Showalter 
Mr. C Frederick Shultz 
Mr. Clarence O. Sligh, Jr. 
Mr. Kent A. Smack 
Dr. Robert G Thompson II 
Mr Harry H Titus 
Mr John T. Tompkins III 
Mr Thomas S. Tredway 
Mr Thomas F. William 
Mr Herbert D. Wolff III 
Mr. Ernest M. Wood III 

Class of 1963 

76 out of 102 class 
members contributed 
$22,985. The average 
gift was $302.43 and 
the class participation 
was 74.51%. 

Anonymous 
Mr. Douglas R. Allen 
Mr. George H. Bagwell II 
Mr. Robert H. Bennett 
Mr. Carl C Booberg 



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Mr. Edwin E. Bouldin.Jr. 

Mr. George Steele Bowers, Jr. 

Mr. Carl F. Bowmer 

Mr. G. Grayson Boyce 

Mr. Otis H. Bradley, Jr. 

Mr. Benjamin M. Butler 

Mr. Richard H. Cardwell 

Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. (T) 

Mr. David L. Costenbader 

Mr. Ernest P. Curry, Jr. 

Mr. Jack E. Custer 

Mr. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. 

Mr. William S. Davidson 

Mr. Norwood H. Davis, Jr. (T) 

Mr. Dennis B. Dills 

Mr. Lewis C Everett 

Mr. Francis F. Falls 

Mr. Lowery D. Finley III 

Mr. Alexander Maury Fisher 

Mr. Mervin A. Frantz.Jr. 

Mr. James M. Galloway 

Mr. Jeffrey L. Gardy 

Mr. Gerald T Gilliam 

Dr. C Earl Guthrow, Jr. 

Mr. William B. Hanes 

Mr. James W. Hardin 

Mr. Samuel C. Harding, Jr. 

Mr Holmes C Harrison 

Mr. James E. Henderson 

Dr. G. Philip Hillen III 

Mr. John K. Hillman.Jr. 

Dr. Donald W. Houpe 

Mr. William D. Humphreys 

Mr. Hal Stuart Johnson 

Mr. E. Ashby Jones III 

Mr. Donald M. Killmon 

Mr. Charles R. Krummell 

Mr. Paul A. Larsh 

Mr. William F.Long, Jr. 

Mr. William W. Lowery HI 

Mr. Wallace E. Masencup III 

Mr Roderick B. Mathews 

Mr Arthur J. Matney 

Dr. Russell G McAllister.Jr 

Dr. John N. McDaniel 

Dr. Thomas R. McDaniel 

Dr. John W. Melton III 

Mr. Ronald L. Messersmith 

Mr. William R. Middelthon.Jr. 

Mr. William E. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Edmund Noyes, Jr. 

Mr. Willie A. Nunnally 

Mr. Gerald M. Pace 

Mr. Philip G. Padgett, Jr. 

Mr. W. Greyson Quarles.Jr. 

Dr. Holman C. Rawls III 

Mr. H. Kennedy Reveley,Jr. 

The Rev. Raymond W. Riddleberget 

Mr. John W. Rommjr. 

Dr. Wade H. Saunders III 

Dr. Kenneth N. Scott 

Dr Harvey F. Selden 

Dr Harold P. Settle, Jr. 

Mr. J. Stuart Shelton 

Mr. Edward H. Shield 

Mr. W.H.Shirley, Jr. 

Mr. Walter O. Smith III 

Mr. Charles W. Sommardahl 

Dr. Sherrill W. Stockton, Jr. 

Mr. Boyd V Switzer 

Mr. William W. Tennent III 

Mr. John Vermillion III 

Mr. Joseph F. Viar.Jr. 

Mr. Neil W Yeargin 

Mr A. Hunter Yeatts 



Class of 1964 

71 out of 104 class 
members contributed 
$19,295. The average 
gift was $271.76 and 
the class participation 
was 66.98%o. 

Mr David D. Addison 
Mr John L. Alexander 
The Rev. David J. Anderson 
Mr. L. Philip Bailey, Jr. 
Mr. Edwin B Baker 
Mr. John H. Bergeron 
Mr. Harold U. Blythe 
Mr James A. Bott.Jr 
Mr J. P. McGuire Boyd 
Mr W.Kent Carter, Jr. 
Mr Michael D. Caver 
Mr. W. Bates Chappell 
Dr. L Henry Clemons, Jr. 
Mr. John B. Cline 
Mr. Kenneth W. Cook 
Mr Michael T. Crone 
Mr J. Sidney Davenport IV 
Mr James F. Douthat 
Mr W Sidney Druen 
Mr Aldrich Dudley III 
Mr Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. 
Mr. Donald R. Ford, Jr. 
Mr. David C. Fuller 
Mr. Riley B. Gibbs 
Mr. Wallace W. Giglio 
Dr. J. Charles Gills 
Mr. Donald R. Gladstone 
Dr. Allen M. Glasgow 
Mr. Edwin H. Graves, Jr. 
Mr. Douglas Gray 
Mr. F. Wayne Gray 
Dr Larry D. Hensley 
Mr C. Peerman Holland III 
Mr R. Devereux Jarratt 
Mr John Archer Koch, Jr. 
Mr Clyde C Lamond III 
Mr. William J. Lawrence 
Mr. Fontaine B. Lawson 
Mr. Stephen C. Leverton 
Mr Thomas M. Lewis 
Mr H Timothy Little 
Mr. L. Cecil Long 
Dr. Horace C Lukens.Jr. 
Mr. Charles I Lunsford II 
Mr. Wayne A. Morrison 
Dr. George F. Nixon, Jr. 
Mr. Graham F. Painter, Jr. 
Mr. John C Parrott II 
Mr. John Kennon Perrin, Jr. 
Mr. Henry R. Pollard IV 
Mr. Kenneth M. Pritchett 
Mr. John D. Roberts 
Dr. Giles M. Robertson, Jr. 
Mr. A. Francis Robinson, Jr. 
Mr Allan Ross 
Dr Richard E. Ruble 
Mr. C Edward Russell, Jr. 
Mr. J. Hamilton Scherer,Jr. 
Dr. John D. Semones 
Mr. Keith Shepherd 
The Rev. Louis A. Skidmore 
Mr. Charles H. Smith, Jr. 
Mr. William Steed 
Mr. Gregory O. Stone 
Mr. George P. Tarry, Jr. 
Mr Randolph E. Trow, Jr. 
Mr Weldon W. Tuck 
Mr. Hunt B. Wagstaff 
Mr. Jeffrey L Ward 
Mr. Robert P Waters 
Mr Harry C. Weiskittle III 
Dr. Robert H Welch 
Mr. Paul V. Williams 
The Hon. Thomas H. Wood 



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Class of 1965 

64 out of 99 class 
members contributed 
$16,030. The average 
gift was $250.47 and 
the class participation 
was 64.65%. 

Mr. Herbert S Adams 

Dr. Joseph E. Agsten 

Dr John E. Anfin 

Mr John R. Barker 

Mr. Louis B. Basten III 

Mr. Frederick W Beck III 

Mr. Doddridge H. Biaett III 

Mr John M. Boswell 

Dr. Gerald A. Butler 

Dr. John G. Claudy 

Dr. James F. Cope 

Mr Richard F.CralleJr 

Mr Richard H. Crane, Jr. 

Mr. R. Madison Cummings, Jr. 

Mr. J. Garnett Davis, Jr. 

Mr. Gene B. Dixon, Jr. (T) 

Mr. William Birch Douglass III 

Mr. Thomas U. Dudley 

Dr. William M. Edwards 

Mr. W Gilbert Faulk, Jr. 

Mr. James B. Garrett, Jr. 

Mr. Fred B Gentry, Jr. 

Mr. T. S. George 

Dr. Richard D. Giles 

Mr. Herbert C Gill, Jr. 

Mr. Ray Wilson Grubbs 

Mr. Charles E. Hall III 

Mr. Scott M. Harwood 

Mr. B. Warren Hawthorne, Jr. 

The Hon. George H. Heilig.Jr. 

The Rev. G. Geoffrey Hubbard 

Mr. Kemp N. Hunt 

Mr. David L. Johnson 

Mr. Edward C. Johnston, Jr. 

Mr John T King 

Mr Elmer H. Lammay.Jr. 

Mr. George W. Macon III 

Mr Richard C. Manson, Jr. 

Mr. Robert W. Maxwell II 

Mr. Harry F. McArver.Jr. 

Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin, Jr. 

Mr. Shackford McSwain 

Mr. Peter A. McWilliams 

Mr. Vincent M. Montsinger 

Mr. George F. Neal 

Mr. G.Wilson Page, Jr. 

Mr. George F. Perkins 

Mr. George H. Plunkett 

Mr. James E. Robertson 

Mr. Daniel E. Rogers II 

Dr. Dixon M. Rollins 

Mr. John B. Sartain (T) 

Mr. G. Dalton Schreck 

Mr William D Shirley 

Mr. Frederick L. Shreves II 

Mr Julious P. Smith, Jr. 

Dr. Theodore R. Smith, Jr. 

Mr. Archie H. Soucek 

Mr. Carter B. Spalding 

Mr W. Scott Street III 

Dr Richard W. Topham 

Mr. Michael K. Vaughan 

Mr. Kenneth E. Washburn 

Mr. Charles H. Wheeler IV 

Mr. John R. Wilhoite 

Mr. Edward C. Witthoefft, Jr. 

Mr. Edward S. Wood III 

Mr. Roy C. Wood 



Class of 1966 

66 out of 99 class 
members contributed 
$11,131. The average 
gift was $168.65 and 
the class participation 
was 66.67%. 

Mr. Harper S. Alford 

Dr. Philip R. Anderson 

Mr. Dwight L. Andrews 

Mr. S. Edward Ayres 

Mr. D. E. Bergren III 

Mr. Frank M. Booth III 

Dr. Richard B.Bowles, Jr. 

Mr. B Louis Briel.Jr. 

Mr. E. Blay Bryan 

Mr. Theodore). Burr, Jr. 

Mr. C. C. Chewning III 

Mr. Daniel D. Chiles, Jr. 

Mr. Robert M. Chilton 

Mr. John R. Cocke, Jr. 

Dr. William B.Crawley, Jr. 

Mr. Charles W.Crist, Jr. 

Mr. Alan Scott Day 

Mr. Stephen C. Debell 

Mr. Robert E. Doyle, Jr. 

Mr. John E.Early III 

Mr. Dennis P. Finger 

Mr. Stephen M. Gedney 

Mr. A. Jamieson Gregory 

Dr. Darrow E. Haagensen, Jr. 

Dr. Richard F. Hawkins, Jr. 

Mr. T. David Hinton 

Mr. J. Murray Hooker II 

Mr. E. M. Hopkins 

Mr. William D. Hopkins 

Mr. Leighton S. Houck 

Mr. Kenneth R.Hyde, Jr. 

Mr. Robert L. Ingram, Jr. 

The Rev. William H.Jordan, Jr. 

Mr. John R. Kight.Jr. 

Mr. James F. Lipscomb 

Dr. Thomas W. Littrell 

Mr. William F. Lowry 

Mr. Walter L. McKibbon 

Mr. Joseph D. Miles III 

Mr. Robert L. Morriss 

Mr. R. Stedman Oakey, Jr. 

Mr. James R. Painter 

Mr. Michael W. Paulette 

Mr. James E. Payne 

Mr. James R. Pickens 

Mr. L. Thompson Quarles 

Dr. John R. Ragsdale III 

Mr. David W. Reynolds 

The Rev. James M. Rissmiller 

Mr. J. Patterson Rogers III 

Mr. Charles S. Sanderson 

Mr. Douglas B. Scott 

Mr. Herbert L Sebren, Jr. 

Mr. William J. Seegers 

Dr. Cletus M. Sellers, Jr. 

Mr. W. Lewis Shipp 

Mr. William F. Shumadine.Jr. 

Mr. William L Shumate III 

Mr. William A. Talley.Jr. 

Mr. W. Waverley Townes V 

Mr. Lawrence J. Tweel 

Mr. Travis J. Tysinger 

Mr. Glenn C. Vaughn, Jr 

The Rev. William W. Williamson, 

Jr. 
Mr. Roy R. Wimmer 
Mr. William R. Woods 
Mr. Edward F. Younger III 



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Class of 1967 

88 out of 122 class 
members contributed 
$19,422. The average 
gift was $220.70 and 
the class participation 
was 72.13%. 

Dr. Robert B. Albee 
Dr. C. Bruce Alexander 
Mr. David C Alley 
Mr. William T Anderson 
Mr. William C Andrews III 
Mr. Charles G. Armfield III 
Mr Stephen D. Beck 
Mr. Ernest W. Bell III 
Mr Archie C. Berkeley, Jr 
Mr. William H. Blanks 
Mr. John O. Boyd III 
Mr Stephen G. Butler 
Mr. William C. Childrey 
Mr. Charles B. Cocke 
Mr. Thomas D. Corkran 
Mr. James P. Councill III 
Mr. George G. Cralle, Jr. 
Mr. Henry Powell Custis.Jr. 
Mr. Robert S. Darden 
The Rev. Eddie W. Dedrick 
Mr. W. Robert Eason.Jr. 
Mr. James B. Edge, Jr. 
Dr. Charles W. Ford 
Mr. John Franklin III 
Mr. Leigh S. Fultz 
Mr. William A. Gillespie 
Mr. Rodney G. Goggin 
Mr. John P. Grove 
Mr. Barry A. Hackney 
Mr. Michael G. Haynie 
Mr. Allen P. Hazlegrove 
Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove, Jr. 
Mr Randall H. James 
Mr. Jerry W. Jenkins 
Mr. Robert E. Johnson 
Mr. Keith M. Jones 
Dr. Webb D Jones 
Mr. R. Daniel Keeling II 
Mr. Harold B. Kellamjr. 
Mr Thomas B. Kern 
Mr. Leon Agee Lackey, Jr 
Mr. Greene H. Lawson.Jr 
Mr. David W. Leary 
Dr. Robert H. Loving, Jr. 
Mr. Wickliffe S. Lyne 
Mr. W. Daniel MacGill III 
Mr. Richard B. Madden 
Mr. James D. Mapp.Jr. 
Mr. Stephen H. Martin 
Mr. L White Matthews III 
Mr. David J. McKittrick 
Mr. William R. Miller III 
Mr. Edward C. Moomaw, Jr. 
Dr. Charles C. Moore, Jr. 
Mr. James L. Morris 
Mr. John C. Morrison 
Mr. Roger L. Morton 
Dr. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. 
Mr. William H. Nicholson IV 
Dr. E. Blackford Noland.Jr. 
Mr. James K Null 
Mr. Thomas M. Orange 
Mr. Robert H. Owen 
Mr. William N. Pollard 
Mr. Richard E. Potter 
Mr. Warren C Redfern 
Mr. John M. Reid 
Mr. C. Allen Riggins 
Mr. T. Burwell Robinson, Jr. 
Mr. James A. Rosenstock, Jr. 
Mr. Wellford L.Sanders, Jr 
Mr. Julian P. Sanderson, Jr. 
Mr. Peter W. Smith IV 
Mr. Walter C Sprye, Jr. 
Mr. R. Curtis Steele, Jr. 
Dr. Kearfott M. Stone 



Mr. George Summers, Jr 
Mr. Robert R Swann 
Mr. George E. Talbot, Jr. 
Mr. Wayne T Tennent 
Mr. H. Stetson Tinkham 
Mr. Lawrence T. Trice, Jr. 
Mr. Remus S Turner, Jr. 
Mr Randolph H. Watts 
Mr. J. Kendall Whitaker, Jr. 
Mr. Odie Allen Whitlow 
Mr. Charles L. Williams, Jr. 
Mr Rupert R Winfree 
Mr. John P Yeaman 

Class of 1968 

69 out of 101 class 
members contributed 
$22,398. The average 
gift was $324.61 and 
the class participation 
was 68.32%. 

Mr. Ronald W. Axselle 

Mr. Walter C. Barco 

Mr John C Beach, Jr 

Mr. E. C. Becker 

Mr. James L. Beckner 

Dr. William W. Belk 

Mr. Horatio A. E. Bigelow 

Mr. W. Taylor Boone, Jr. 

Dr. D. Christopher Bosworth 

Mr George W. Boylan 

Mr. Ronald H. Burton 

Mr. Joseph S.Caldwell III 

Dr. James T. Campen 

Mr. William P Carter 

Mr. Robert K. Caudle, Jr 

Mr. James H. Chamblin 

Dr. W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr. 

Mr. William T Culpepper III 

Mr. Christopher M. Daniel, Jr. 

Mr. Frank G. Davidson III 

Mr. Frank P. Dickinson 

Mr Jeffress S. Dortch III 

Dr. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. 

Mr. Christopher K. Evans 

Mr. W. Mason Fortune 

Mr. Ernest M. Frank, Jr. 

Mr. Harry Leland Frazier, Jr. 

Mr. Norman J. Gaynor 

Mr. Arthur H. Glaser 

Mr. Charles M. Guthridge (T) 

Mr. David J. Hanse 

Mr. Lawrence E Hightower 

Mr. Bryce D. Jewett, Jr. 

Mr William E. Lane 

Dr. Andrew K. Leake III 

Mr. Donald E. Lee, Jr. 

Mr. James B. Lee 

Mr. Peter A. Leggett (T) 

Mr. Eddie R. Lowry, Jr. 

Mr. Milton D. Lytle 

Dr. John W. Mack, Jr. 

Mr. John P. McLean 

Mr. James R. McSpadden 

Mr. F. Bruce Patterson 

Dr. John W. Pendleton 

Mr. E. K Prewitt.Jr. 

Mr. Milton P. Reid II 

Mr. Philip D. Rome 

Mr. Robert P. Roper, Jr. 

Mr. Douglas P. Rucker.Jr. 

Mr. N. Hartley Schearer, Jr. 

Mr. Pendleton M. Shiflett III 

Mr. Samuel S. Shiplett 

Mr. Bryant F. Smith 

Mr. Denis F. Soden 

Mr. Martin H. Sugg 

Mr. Lewis W. Thomas III 

Mr. J. Timothy Thornton 

Mr. W. Malcolm Tilson 

The Hon. Paul S. Trible, Jr. 

Mr. Ronald R. Tweel 

Mr. Robert L. Watt III 



Dr. William H.Weiss, Jr. 
Mr. Richard H. West 
Mr. D. M. Westerhouse, Jr. 
Mr. Corbin McCue Wilkes 
Dr. Claude M. Wilkinson, Jr. 
The Rev. Charles C. Williamson 
Mr. Richard W. Wiltshire, Jr. 
Mr. Donald E. Woodhouse 
Mr. W. Fredrick Wright 
Mr. Leighton D. Yates, Jr. 

Class of 1969 

65 out of 114 class 
members contributed 
$11,310. The average 
gift was $174.00 and 
the class participation 
was 57.02%). 

Dr. David A. Albertson 

Mr. William B. Allen III 

Mr. J. Simmons Armstrong 

Mr. Jacob P. Bailey 

Dr. John M. Bass 

Dr. Richard C Bell 

Mr. Samuel F. Bost 

Mr. Jeffrey M. Bull 

Mr. Charles R. Cobb 

Mr. J. Leonard Cobb 

Dr. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. 

Mr. Arthur G. Costan HI 

Mr. Burke H. Craver, Jr. 

Mr. Raymond G. Dodson 

Mr. Robert C. Douglas 

Mr. Charles M. Douglass 

Mr. W. Berry Dumas 

Dr. A. Russell Dunnington, Jr. 

Mr. Edgar L. Dyer III 

Mr. G. Franklin Flippin 

Mr. William F. Franck III 

Mr. Stuart T. French 

Mr. W. Lawson Grant 

Mr. Terry D. Hall 

Mr. David S. Hay 

Mr. John H.Heard 

Mr. Dale M. Hodges 

Mr. Philip W. Hughes 

Mr. F. Geoffrey Jennings 

Mr. Royston Jester IV 

Dr. David C Jones 

Dr. Michael E. King 

Mr. Joel A. Kolodny 

Mr. Michael J. Krupin 

Mr. M. Lyle Lacy III 

Mr. G. Bonner Lancaster, Jr. 

Mr. David M. Lee 

Mr. William G. Lockwood HI 

Mr. John W. MacClarence 

Mr. William M. Mason 

Dr. J. Frederick McNeer 

Mr. John D. McRae 

Mr. Richard C Morgan 

Mr. Dale L. Morris 

Mr. Norman D. Morrison 

Dr. Wallace C Nunley.Jr. 

Mr. J. G. Overstreet 

Mr. Warren M. Pace.Jr. 

Mr. Russell V. Palmore.Jr. 

Mr. John T. Percy, Jr. 

Dr. Harry A. Raddin, Jr. 

Dr. E. Jarratt Ramsey, Jr. 

Mr. W. Randolph Robinson 

Mr. Donald C Robison 

Dr. Henry C Rowe 

Mr. S. Rowell Sargeant, Jr. 

Mr. Edward M. Schaaf III 

Mr. W.C Scruggs, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas H. Shomo 

Mr. David C Stradinger 

Mr. William T. Tarry 

Mr. R. Timothy Tepper.Jr. 

Mr. David R. Thompson 

Mr. Michael D. Tiller 

Mr. Finley M. Waddell II 



Mr. Gerald M. Walker 
Mr. Richard J. Williams 
Mr. Richard L. Wobus 
Mr. Carlisle M. Wroton 

Class of 1970 

85 out of 118 class 
members contributed 
$11,278. The average 
gift was $132.68 and 
the class participation 
was 72.03%. 

Mr. Michael J. Adelman 

Mr. William G. Barldey 

Mr. Daniel C Bartges, Jr 

Dr. David B. Bates 

Lt. Cmdr. Lindsay C Blanton 

Mr. David A. Bowers 

Mr. Stratford W. Butterworth 

Mr A. Dale Cannady 

Mr. Kenneth E. Childress 

Dr. Russell E. Christensen 

Mr. Paul H. Cooksey 

Mr. Stuart T. Crook 

Mr. R. Brandt Deal 

Mr. Richard E. Douglas 

Mr. F. Stephen Drake 

Mr. John W. Drescher 

Mr. Garry W. Durham 

Mr. E. Carter Elliott 

Mr. John C Ellis, Jr. 

Mr. Nathaniel M. Ewell III 

Mr. Charles W. Ewing II 

Mr. Robert E. Farmer III 

Mr. Frank L. Faust 

Mr. Mark E. Feldmann 

Mr. Allen R. FulforcLJr. 

Mr. Lloyd O. Goode, Jr. 

Mr. William H. Grover 

Dr. James W. Gulick, Jr. 

Mr. Randolph L. Hallman 

Mr. Walker B.Healy, Jr. 

Mr. James O. Hillsman 

Lt. Cmdr. Heber H. Himmelwright 

Dr. Arthur C Houts 

Mr. Robert W. Hutten 

Mr. Frank S. Johns II 

Mr. Hugh N. Johnston, Jr. 

Mr. K. Michael Kines 

Mr. Allen Kirkpatrick IV 

Mr. Gary M. Lane 

Mr. D. Scott Lindsay 

The Rev. F. Clayton Matthews 

Mr. Jay A. Maynard 

Major Marion W. McCurdy, Jr. 

Mr. Olin R. Melchionna, Jr. 

Mr. David S. Mercer 

Mr. Richard H. Merrill 

Mr. Robert Michael 

Mr. F. B. Montague 

Mr. William W. Muse 

Dr. Vincent H Ober, Jr. 

Mr. Westbrook J. Parker 

Mr. James F. Parkinson III 

Dr. David P. Paul III 

Dr. James M. Peery, Jr. 

Dr. Vance J. Plumb 

Mr. J. Daniel Pond II 

Mr. WendeU B. Porterfield, Jr. 

Mr. William R. Pumphrey 

Mr. Paul L. Reiber III 

Mr. R. Rick Reiss 

Mr. Charles D. Robison III 

Dr. Robert E. Rude 

Dr. Randolph E. Savage 

Mr. William D. Selden V 

Dr. J. Philip Sherrod 

Mr. Joseph W.Smith, Jr. 

Mr. Norman K. Snook, Jr. 

Mr. Howard N. Soucek 

Mr. Philip C Spencer 

Mr. H. Watts Steger III 

Mr. Edwin C. Stephenson, Jr. 



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Mr. Charles S. Stringfellow, Jr. 

Mr. U. D. Sudduth.Jr. 

Mr. Randolph P. Tabb, Jr. 

Mr. Fred A. Talbot 

Dr. K. Wilson Thompson, Jr. 

Dr. James L. Tompkins 

Mr. William H. Traylor 

Mr. Leroy B. Vaughan 

Mr. Robert C Walker 

Mr. G. Richard Waterman, Jr. 

Mr. D. Richard Weiglein, Jr. 

Mr. James E. White 

Mr. Donald W. Wingfield 

Mr. Edward R.Witt, Jr. 

Mr. Peter M. Young 

Mr. Barton K Yount III 

Class of 1971 

91 out of 133 class 
members contributed 
$9,040. The average 
gift was $99.34 and 
the class participation 
was 68.42%. 

Mr. James Moore Allen 
Dr. Joseph L. Austin 
Mr. David A. Baldini 
Mr. Richard C. Beale 
Dr. Larry P. Belote 
Dr. R. Keith Belote 
Mr. Harvard R. Birdsong II 
Mr. Joseph E. Blackburn, Jr. 
Mr. Andrew C. Bohnengel 
Mr. Anthony A. Burke 
Mr. Charles Y. Caldwell III 
Mr. Ray S. Campbell, Jr. 
Mr. U. Carter Carson, Jr. 
Dr. Donald E. Carwile 
Mr. David P. Chalkley 
Mr. William E. Christian 
Mr. H. Edmunds Coleman III 
Mr. James T. Countiss 
Mr. David C Crawford III 
Mr. Francis K. Degges 
Mr. A. Dwight Doggett 
Mr. William F. Egelhoff.Jr. 
Mr. Charles B. Faulconer, Jr. 
Mr. William H. Ferguson II 
Mr. William G. Ferrell 
Mr. William H. Flannagan, Jr. 
Mr. William W. Flowers 
Mr. Gregory D. Foreman 
Mr. Edwin Gadberry III 
Mr. John A. Garner 
Mr. John F. Gayle,Jr. 
Mr. James R. Geiger 
Dr. C. Ernest Gibb, Jr. 
Mr. William C Glaser 
Mr. Philip M. Grabill, Jr. 
Mr. Harry F. Hale 
Mr. J. Daniel Hardy, Jr. 
Mr. Vincent D. Hardy 
Mr. W. Eugene Hayes 
Mr. J. Christopher Henderson 
Dr. A. Clayborn Hendricks 
Mr. Andrew G. Hoffman 
Mr. James B. Hollingsworth 
Mr. W. Alex Honeycurt, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas L. Hoy 
Mr. Charles W. Hurter 
Mr. Gary R. Ingemanson 
Dr. E. Forrest Jessee, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph R. Kane 
Mr. W.Richard Kay, Jr. 
Mr. Leonard C Klein 
Mr. Lance A. Lavenstein 
Mr. Robert P. Lecky.Jr. 
Dr. William I. Lee 
Mr. Darrell W. Long 
Mr. John W. Luxton 
Mr. G Lee Mallonee, Jr. 
Mr. L. Richmond Martin III 
Mr. Frank B. McCann 



Dr. Ben H. Mcllwaine 

Mr. George A. McLean, Jr 

Mr. Jerry D Mills 

Mr. E. Conway Moncure, Jr. 

The Rev John R Monroe 

Mr. Francis R Nance 

Mr. James L Nance 

Mr. David R. Nash 

Major Gordon C. Nash 

Dr H. Lee Perkins 

Dr. Harry D. Quarles III 

Major David L. Ramsey 

Dr. William F. Rayburn 

Mr. Scott Allen Reeves 

Mr. Paul S. Roper 

Mr. John W. Russ 

The Rev. Robert L. Sherrard 

The Rev. Kenneth D. Shick 

Mr. Robert W. Smithwick III 

Dr. Christopher Snyder III 

Dr. Parker R. Stokes 

Mr. Walker P. Sydnor.Jr. 

Mr. Michael P. Taff 

Mr. H. Tinsley Taliaferro III 

Mr. Guy G. Terrell 

Mr. J. Christopher Thomas 

Mr. Thomas C. Trinkle 

Mr. David CTrumbower 

Mr. Dennis M. Uhrich 

Mr. I. Benjamin Watson III 

Dr. James H. S. Whitney 

Mr. Jefferson W.Willis 

Mr. William B. Wiltshire 

Mr. Robert W.Woltz, Jr. 

Mr. ElvinA. Wright, jr. 

Class of 1972 

87 out of 141 class 
members contributed 
$10,612. The average 
gift was $121.98 and 
the class participation 
was 61.70%. 

Dr. F. Stephen Alexander 

Mr. John G. August 

Mr. William F. Banner 

Cmdr. Maurice J. Barrett.Jr 

Mr. James R. Blandford 

Mr. Sidney M. Bounds 

Mr. David M. Branch 

Dr. J. Decker Butzner III 

Mr. Royal E. Cabell III 

Mr. W. Curtis Coleburn III 

Dr. W. Sidney Comer, Jr. 

Mr. R. Garrett Cook 

Mr. Tony D. Curtis 

Mr. William R. Dacey.Jr 

Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. 

Dr. Michael J. Davis 

Mr. Nicholas J. Dombalis 

Mr. Frederick L. Donaldson, Jr. 

Mr. John E. Duckworth 

Mr. Harry G. Fish III 

Mr. Garrett T Ford 

Mr. Gerald N. Fulks 

Mr. Mark M. Gambill 

Mr. W. Frederick Genheimer III 

Mr. Alexander C Graham, Jr. 

The Rev. John D. Guthrie, jr. 

Mr. Robert B. Hamlett 

Mr. J. Robert Harris 

Mr. Hartwell Harrison 

Mr. S. Devereaux Hathaway, Jr. 

Mr. Michael S. Head 

Dr. Eugene W. Hickok, Jr. 

Mr. Charles T. Hodges 

Mr. Bruce B. Hopkins 

Mr. Thomas C. Hounshell 

Mr. Harold L. Hughey.Jr. 

Mr. Christopher James 

Mr. Gregg K. Jones 

Mr. Joseph A. Kincaid, Jr. 

Mr. Harry R. King III 



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Mr. J. Willard Kirk III 
Mr. Edward Koffenberger 
Mr. Chaffraix A. Lelong, Jr. 
Mr. C Melvin Long 
Mr. Robert C. Long, Jr. 
Mr. H. Scott Lowry 
Mr. John E. Maddux 
Mr. John R. Marks 
Mr. Herbert E. Maxey, Jr. 
Mr. Robert A. May 
Mr. Peter H. McEachern 
Mr. Gary F. McKay 
Mr. Thornton W. McNeal 
Mr Tommy L. Moore 
Mr. George A. Munford.Jr. 
Mr. Thomas L. Murphey 
Dr. Joseph L. Nelson III 
Mr. Edward B. Norfleet 
Mr. Daniel V. P. O'Connor 
Dr. Barry N. Parsley 
Mr John W. Payne III 
Mr. Steven W. Pearson 
Mr. Allen H. Peer, Jr. 
Mr. Douglas F. Perry 
Mr. David R. Price 
Mr. J. Michael Rose 
Mr. Joseph T Samuels, Jr. 
Mr. Conrad F. Sauer IV 
Mr. Duane B. Schrock, Jr. 
Mr. Robert H. Sells 
Mr. Stephen C Shackelford 
Mr. David W. Shelor 
Mr. Daniel S. Smith 
Mr. Edward M. Spratley, Jr. 
Mr. David A. Taylor 
Mr. Gervas S. Taylor 
Dr. H. Tyler Taylor III 
Mr. John C Thompson 
Mr. A. Gordon Van Ness III 
Dr. W. T. Van Norrwick 
Mr. Peter J. Weyland 
Mr. E. Carter Whitley 
Mr. Stephen H. Wiley 
Mr. J. Michael Williams 
Dr. Robert B. Williams 
Mr. Martin R. Willis 
Mr. Richard F. Young 
Mr. George E. Younger 

Class of 1973 
89 out of 155 class 
members contributed 
$8,840. The average 
gift was $99.33 and 
the class participation 
was 57.42%o. 

Mr. Steven C. Akers 

Mr. James E. Ames IV 

Mr. Richard D. Anke 

Mr. Charles F. Archer, Jr. 

Mr. C. Woodson Baker 

Mr Lindsay R. Barnes, Jr. 

Mr H. Scott Boswell 

Mr. Thompson C Bowen III 

Mr. Robert M. Brown, Jr. 

Dr. A. C. Buchanan III 

Mr. Stephen G. Campbell 

Mr William R. Capehart III 

Mr Richard L. Carr 

Mr. Melvin L. Castle 

Mr. John B. Chappell 

Mr James C Cherry 

Dr. John W. Chinn 

Mr. David A. Clark 

Mr. David I. Clay 

Mr. Don R. Cochran 

Mr. Philip C Coulter 

Mr Rick W. Cox 

Dr. Stephen H. Cox 

Dr Joseph M. Crockett II 

Mr. Robert M. Daniel 

Mr. Stuart H. Deal 

Mr. Richard B. Donaldson, Jr. 



Mr. Daniel A. Donohue 

Mr Bryan D. Eads 

Mr. Hugh E. Fitzpatrick 

Mr. Carl A. Foster 

Mr. William G Gay 

Dr. J. Edgar Geddie 

Mr. Bennie W. Good 

Mr. Charles E. Green, Jr. 

Mr. Howard G. HarreU 

Mr. J. Scott Harris 

Dr. Lee T. Helms 

Mr. Richard N. Herod 

Dr. Ralph C Hess III 

Mr. Timothy E. Hildreth 

Mr. Michael W. Horner 

Dr. Wayne D. Horney 

Mr. William B. Houck.Jr 

Mr. Steve T. Huff 

Dr. Samuel M. Janney II 

Mr. C. Michael Johnson 

Dr. H.Philip Johnson III 

Mr. Thomas T. Johnson 

Mr. Herbert V.Kelly, Jr. 

Mr. Claude W.Kilby, Jr. 

Mr. Sidney H. Kirstein 

Mr. Paul A. Lindsey 

Mr. Robert M. Lissenden 

Dr. Brockton A. Livick 

Mr. Ralph C. Lukhard 

Mr. Stephen H. Mabie 

Mr. Owen H. Malcolm 

Mr. William P. Marshall 

Mr. David A. Martin 

Mr. Michael P. Miller 

Mr. Michael K. Minter 

Mr. B. Christopher Moring III 

Mr. C Cammack Morton 

Dr. James F Nelson 

Mr Carter Noble, Jr. 

Mr. Gary B. O'Connell 

Mr. Sven W. Olsen 

Mr. Craig P. Osth 

Mr. Irving H. Pritchett III 

Mr. Edwin L. Quin 

Mr. Henry E. Ravenhorst 

Mr. William P. Rice 

Mr. Robert T. Richmond III 

Mr. Frank W. Roach 

Dr. George C Sakakini 

Mr Phillip A. Short 

Mr. N. Page Smith 

Mr. Sidney L. Stern 

Mr. Lewis T Stoneburner 

Mr. C. William Sublett, Jr. 

Mr. Bernard F. Swint.Jr. 

Mr. Claude F. Thomason 

Mr. Franklin R. Tinkle 

Mr. Robert K.Wells, Jr. 

Dr. Gordon B. Wilhoit 

Mr. James L. Williamson 

Mr. Frank Wiseman 

Mr. H. Stephen Womack 

Class of 1974 

95 out of 158 class 
members contributed 
$7,342. The average 
gift was $77.28 and 
the class participation 
was 60.13%. 

Mr. Jonathan J. Adelman 
Capt. Robert F. D. Alberts 
Mr. George F. Albright, Jr 
Mr. Frank Acie Allen, Jr. 
The Rev. R. Jackson Alwood 
Mr. John P. Apperson, Jr. 
Mr. Peter C. Bance 
Mr. David B Barger 
Mr. James O. Beckner II 
Mr. L Wood Bedell, Jr. 
Dr. Robert W. Bedinger, Jr. 
Mr. Duncan W. Blair 
Mr. Myron P. Boon 



1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



Mr. Martin S. Bounds 

Mr. Richard W Bradshaw 

Mr Marion P. Brawley III 

Mr. John P. Briscoe 

Mr. G. Tyler Brooks III 

Dr. Thomas P Brown 

Mr. Charles L. Cabell 

Mr. Stephen C Challenor 

Dr Charles R. Chiarello 

Mr David R Clarke 

Mr. Charles T. Conkling 

Mr. John B. Coupland 

Mr. John Patrick Crawford 

Mr. Robert V. Crowder III 

Dr John T. Curnes 

Mr Stephen R. Echols 

Mr Gene H. Edmonds 

Mr Robert M. Evans, Jr. 

Mr. Bobby Lee Fagg 

Mr. W. Stuart Farmer, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph B. Farrar, Jr. 

Dr. Fletcher D. Fosque 

Mr. J. Randolph Fowler 

Mr. Ray Funderburk III 

Mr. Christopher Gallo 

Mr William C Garrett, Jr. 

Mr. John B. Gayle 

Mr. Charles A. Grainger 

Mr. W.Lee Harris, Jr. 

Mr. Robert L. Hartman 

Mr. Charles R. Henderson, Jr 

Mr. Richard J. Holland, Jr. 

Mr B. Boyd Johnson 

Mr. Francis P. Jones, Jr. 

Mr. T. Douglass Jones III 

Mr. Peter A. Jordan 

Mr. Lanny J. Junes 

Mr Lawrence B. Kelly 

Dr. Rodger W. Kleisch 

Mr Frederick C. Larmore 

Mr. John E. Legard III 

Mr. Jeffrey V Lynn 

Mr. Stephen W. Mapp 

Mr. Clark O Martin, Jr 

Mr. Adrian L. McCardell III 

Dr. Ralph C. McClung.Jr 

Dr. H. Curtiss Merrick 

Mr. Thomas M. Mishoe, Jr. 

Mr. Carl J. Moushegian 

Mr. F. Davis Newsom 

Mr. William W. Nexsen 

Mr. Michael C. Nicholson 

Dr. Clifford A. Nottingham III 

Mr. Theodore G. Ourednik 

Mr. J. Michael Owen 

Mr Stephen L Owen 

Mr. Jeffrey J Poole 

Mr. Watson O. Powell III 

Mr. Frank M. Rawls 

Mr. Charles L. Ricketts III 

Mr. George W Ritchie, Jr 

Mr. Robert Lee Rogers 

Mr. William J. Rue, Jr. 

Mr. Bradford B Sauer 

Mr Richard G. Saul 

Mr. David C Schultheis 

Mr. Thomas R. Scott, Jr. 

Dr. Thomas M. Shelburne 

Mr. R. Kelly Sheridan 

Mr. Ronald C Shiflett, Jr. 

Mr. Alan R. Sivell 

Dr. J. Bruce Taylor 

Mr. James L. Thompson 

Mr William W. Thompson III 

Mr. J. Denny Throckmorton 

Mr. Russell B Turpin 

Mr. Lance W. Van De Castle 

Mr George O VanDyke 

Mr. L. Stephen Waldrop, Jr. 

Dr Glenwood K. Williams 

Dr. Robert P. Yeatts 

Mr. Richard O Young, Jr. 

Mr Walter H Young 



Class of 1975 

79 out of 147 class 
members contribu ed 
$6,158. The average 
gift was $77.95 an I 
the class participat on 
was 53-74%. 

Mr Sidney B Allen, Jr. 

Mr. Judson C Andersor 

Dr Charles C. Ashby.J 

Mr. R Bradley Austin III 

Mr. W. Gregory Baldwin 

Mr Charles T. Baskervill 

Mr. Samuel Q. Bass, Jr. 

Mr. Hunter C Bell 

Mr Mark J. Bell 

Mr. Robin P Benke 

Mr. Charles A Blanton III 

Mr. Lee F. Brooks 

Mr. Samuel T Brown III 

Mr Robert W. Carson 

Mr. Henry W.Chappell.Jr 

Mr. John G. Clark, Jr. 

Mr. A. Russell Coram III 

Mr Robert L Cumbia 

Mr. John T. Donne 

Mr. William J. Elliott IV 

Mr. Joseph A. Farmer 

Mr Paul A. Finn 

Mr Alexander L Franklin II 

Mr. Mark M Freestate 

Mr. Vinston J Goldman 

The Rev. Robert S. Goldsmith III 

Mr Smart H. Goodwin 

Mr Boiling C Goodwyn, Jr. 

Mr Stanford W. Granberry 

Mr Richard W. Greene 

Mr Bernard S. Groseclose 

Mr. Charles A. Habich.Jr. 

Mr. Timothy B. Hampton 

Mr. J. Thomas Hardin 

Mr Hunt H Harris 

Mr. William H. Harrison IV 

Dr Paul D. Harvey 

Mr Everett A Hellmuth III 

Mr. Lawrence H Hentz, Jr. 

Mr Val F Hollingsworth 

Mr Bruce A. Holt 

Mr Charles E. Hunter III 

Mr William A. Hunter, Jr. 

Mr. Richard P.Jeffrey III 

Mr. Jeffrey C Jones 

Mr. C Edwin Keefer III 

Mr. Jeffrey Kiefer 

Mr. D. Robert Lawler 

Mr. Daniel S Long 

Mr. Alan L Main 

Mr. William B. May, Jr. 

Mr. William E. McBratney III 

Mr. James R. Melton 

Capt. Marion L. Moore 

Mr. M. Holt Moran 

Mr. John B. Mullan 

Mr. Warren Guy Overstreet III 

Mr Peter C. Pearson 

Mr John F. Petersen, Jr. 

Dr. George P. Piros 

Dr. Walter C Plunkett 

Mr. Kenneth E. Powell 

Mr. Donald B. Purkall 

Mr. Robert P. Richardson 

Mr. E. Thomas Rilee III 

Mr. John L. Roper IV 

Mr. Michael A. Rowland 

Mr. James S. Shropshire, Jr. 

Mr. Geoffrey P. Snodgrass 

Mr. Howard W. Stracke 

Mr. Nick R. Thomas 

Mr. Armistead Traynham, Jr. 

Mr James B. Tubbs 

Mr. Winston A. Turner 

Mr Freeman M. Wade 

Mr. W. BidgoodWalLJr. 



Mr. Howard B. Waters 

Mr Jimmy D. Webster 

Mr. V. Herbert Winebarger, Jr. 

Mr. Henry S Winston IV 

Class of 1976 

118 out of 202 class 
members contributed 
$8,669. The average 
gift was $73.47 and 
the class participation 
was 58.42%,. 

Mr. James T. Alexander III 
Mr. Paul V. Anderson 
Mr. Shaun C. Anderson 
Mr. Bruce B. Arnold 
Mr Edgar J. D. Bance 
Mr Dickson J. Bedell 
Mr, Frank C. Bedinger III 
Mr. C Hunter Bendall 
Dr. William A. Blackman 
Mr. Drury H.Blair, Jr 
Mr. James W. Bolton, Jr. 
Mr. William L. Bowles 
Mr. Lawrence H. Brandon 
Mr. F. Lee Brown, Jr. 
Mr. Timothy T. Brown 
Dr. John E. Brush, Jr 
Mr. Mark G. Burnette 
Mr J. Mark Burris 
Dr. W. W. Samuel Butler 
Mr. Charles L. Capito, Jr. 
Mr Michael B. Carroll 
Mr R. B. Lee Carter 
Mr. James W. Cassedy IV 
Mr Donald B Castle 
Mr. Donald S. Clarke 
Mr Alan R. Connelly 
Mr. Richard H. Cutler, Jr. 
Dr. C William Dabney 
Dr. John P. Delaney 
Dr. Thomas E. Dobyns 
Mr. Jay A. Dorschel 
Mr. Carl E. Eason, Jr. 
The Rev. Charles F. Eayres 
Mr. C Thomas Ebel 
Mr. Christopher D. Eib 
Mr. Peter C. Faust III 
Mr F. Ross Ferguson 
Mr. John W. Ferrell 
Dr. H. Gordon France, Jr. 
Mr. Richard D. Garlock 
Mr. Ernest P. Gates, Jr. 
Mr Roger P. Glass 
Mr. R. Grayson Goldsmith 
Mr. Harvey Granger IV 
Mr. Jonathan D. Greene 
Mr. Arden J. Hadwin 
Mr. Hugh J. HaganUI 
Mr. C Joseph Haley 
Mr. T. Bradley Harris 
Mr. T. Michael Harrison 
Mr. Ward Harshbarger III 
Mr Richard Hazelgrove 
Mr. Robert C. Henshaw, Jr. 
Mr. Philip B. Hereford 
Mr. W. Frederick Hicks 
Mr. William R. Hill III 
Mr. Edwin B. Horner III 
Mr. David F. Host 
Dr. L. William Irbyjr. 
Mr. F. Allen Itgen 
Mr. R. Alan Johnston 
Mr. J. Reid Kelly 
Mr. Michael T. Kotelec 
Mr. Allie B. Kreger III 
Mr. A. Mark Lee 
Dr Thomas F. Leftwich 
Mr. R. Gordon Long, Jr. 
Mr. John G. MacFarlane III 
Mr. H. Frank Malbon 
Mr. J. Roy Mann 
Mr. Jim C. Martine 



Mr. Henry R Miller IV 

Dr. William L. Montague, Jr. 

Mr. Andrew L. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Douglas C Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Gary M. Munsey 

Mr. E. Dawson Nash 

Mr. William H. Parrish IV 

Mr. Mark W. Patterson 

Mr. W David Paxton 

Mr. David D. Person 

Mr. Carl L. Pusey III 

Mr. Cruger S. Ragland 

Mr. T. Smith Ragsdale III 

Dr. G. Edgar Rice 

Mr. Robert B. Riddick 

Dr. Kenneth H. Roberts 

Mr. Thomas W. Roberts, Jr. 

Mr. George W. Rogers 

Mr. Robert L. Samuel, Jr. 

Mr. John K. Sanderlin 

Mr. Raymond E. Sanders III 

Mr. Gray S. Saunders 

Mr. S. Donald Sequin, Jr. 

Mr. Martin M. Sherrod 

Mr. W Carter Sinclair 

Mr. James H. Sparger, Jr. 

Mr. W. C Sprouse.Jr. 

Mr. Harry E. Squire 

Mr. Richard C. Starke 

Mr. Steven S. Strauss 

Mr Dennis O. Stuart 

Mr. Robert J. Stuckey 

Mr. Robin L. Taylor 

Mr. Donald W. Thomas 

Mr. Michael W. Thomas 

Mr. Richard L. Trumbo 

Dr. Mark E. VanWormer 

Mr. Gary L. Vaughan 

Mr. Peter H. Veale 

Mr. F. Drummond Watson, Jr. 

Mr. John A Wayt III 

Mr. Emmett F. Williams III 

Mr. H. Taylor Williams IV 

Mr. James H. Wilson 

Mr. Robert B. Wilson V 

Mr. Edward W.Wolcott, Jr. 

Mr. Gary E. Wright 

Class of 1977 
101 out of 181 class 
■members contributed 
$6,913- The average 
gift was $68.45 and 
the class participation 
was 55.80%. 

Mr. Timothy S. Ailsworth 
Mr. R. David Anthony 
Mr. Ira L. Armstrong III 
Mr. Stephen E. Baril 
Mr. Joseph W. Bear III 
Mr. Tucker W. Beaumont 
Mr. James R. Belcher, Jr. 
Mr. Lewis C Bosher 
Mr. Clyde F. Bowie, Jr. 
Dr. Paul S. Buckman 
Mr. William J. Burton 
Mr. Randolph A. Capel 
Mr. Timothy E. Carpenter 
Mr. Rafael F. Castro 
Mr. John R Clark III 
Mr. David L. Clegg 
Mr. Bryan H. Conrad 
Mr. Mark A. Copes 
Mr W. Scott Cox III 
Mr. Steven A. Curtis 
Mr. Fielding L. Dickinson III 
Mr James K. Dille.Jr. 
Mr. Philip T. DiStanislao 
Mr. W Benton Downer III 
Mr. Gregory W. Duncan 
Mr. Charles B. Efird 
Dr. Randall W Evans 
Mr. Michael A. Farrell 



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Mr. William C Ferguson 
Mr. A. Frederick Gall 
Mr. Gary R Garner 
Mr Robert L. Gilliam, Jr. 
Mr. H. Stanley Greene, Jr. 
Mr. George M. Grizzard 
Mr. Edward E. Haarsgaard 
Mr. Philip A. Haley 
Mr David R. Hardie 
Mr. David L. Harlow 
Mr. James L Harris 
Dr. Lawrence K. Hill, Jr. 
Mr. James C. S. Holladay 
Mr. Frank L. Home, Jr. 
Mr. William B Howard 
Mr. David D Hudgins 
Mr Gary D. Hudson 
Dr. Willoughby Hundley III 
Mr. Robert D. Johnson 
Mr. Catesby Ap. C Jones II 
Mr. Christopher M. Justis 
Mr. Lloyd) Kellam III 
Mr. Joseph L. King 
Mr. Robert C Ladd 
Mr. Richard C Langhorne 
Dr. C Wayne Lankford 
Dr. Larry P Levin 
Mr. Clark E. Lindsay II 
Mr. Gary L. Lumsden 
Mr. J. Alfred Mapp.Jr. 
Mr. James D. Mason IV 
Mr. E. Frank Massie III 
Mr. E. Judson McAdams 
Mr. Richard W. McLain 
Mr. William F Meehan III 
Mr. Philip C. Metcalf 
Dr David H. Michaljr. 
Mr. James S. Militello 
Mr. David S. Miller 
Mr. Peter D. Moore 
Dr. Michael S. Morgan 
Mr. William L. Pannill 
Mr. Robert D. Parsons 
Mr. William J. Phipps.Jr. 
Mr. Richard M. Ponti 
Mr. Michael C Rady 
Mr. Thomas C. Repenning 
Mr. D. Scott Robertson 
Mr Andrew S. Rosenfield 
Mr Milton J. Schultz III 
Mr. Steven L. Singleton 
Mr. William R. Spicer 
Mr. Robert N. Springer 
Mr. Philip A. Stedfast.Jr. 
Mr. William C. Sydnor 
Mr. Motte L. Talley 
Mr. John S. Tinsley 
Mr. Frederick L. Troxel 
Mr. A. Morris Turner, Jr. 
Mr. William E. Turner III 
Mr. Michael A. Via 
Mr. James T. Waddill IV 
Mr. Richard C. Walker, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas B. Walker 
Mr. Charles W Ward 
Mr. Michael D. Ward 
Mr. J. William Watson, Jr 
Mr. Douglas M. Webb 
Mr. Donald A. Whitmore 
Mr. Dana C Williams 
Mr Kirby H Wood 
Mr. Randolph S. Wright 
Mr Douglas F. Zier 

Class of 1978 

96 out of 183 class 
members contributed 
$5,592. The average 
gift was $58.25 and 
the class participation 
was 52.46%. 

Mr William L. Abbott 
Mr. John W Allen, Jr 



Mr Thomas P Allport 

Mr Alvan M. Aron.Jr 

Mr. David T. Beasley 

Mr. Alexander H. Bell II 

Mr. Richard H. Blank, Jr. 

Mr. Ben G. Brown 

Mr. Orran L. Brown 

Dr Paul G. Brown 

Mr Dennis D Bryant 

Mr. Stokely G. Caldwell, Jr. 

Mr John W. Canter 

Mr. Ben M Cart, Jr. 

Mr. David M. Clough 

Mr. Thomas M. Crowder 

Dr. Barry K. Cutright 

Mr. Jon M. Daly 

Mr David B. Darden 

Mr. Philip G. Davis II 

Mr Richard A. Davis 

Mr. Patrick C Devine, Jr. 

Mr. Donald R. Dorey 

Mr. Richard E. English 

Mr. Neil P. Farmer 

Mr. Michael S. Feinman 

Mr. Robert Dixon Foster 

Mr. Joseph T Francis, Jr. 

Mr. Douglas S. Freeman 

Mr. David Gates 

Mr. Thomas W. Godfrey, Jr. 

Mr. Mark W. Goodin 

Mr John R. Graham, Jr. 

Mr. Steve G. Green 

Mr. Michael S. Harcum 

Mr. J. Sheppard Haw III (S) 

Mr. Horace R. Hicks, Jr. 

Mr. John G. Hofler.Jr. 

Mr. James Jay Hundley 

Mr. Robert B. Huskey.Jr. 

Mr. A. Easley Johnson, Jr. 

Mr. Robert B. Johnson 

Mr James M.Jones III 

Mr. Joseph C. Kelley.Jr. 

Mr. Craig P Kiely 

Mr. David H. Lamotte, Jr. 

Mr. Gerald E. Laumann 

Lt John W. Leary 

Mr. Keith W. Lewis 

Mr. Robert E. Livingston, Jr. 

Mr. C. Keith Love 

Mr. Gregory G. Love 

Mr. Dale T. Marks 

Mr. Frank C. Martin III 

Mr Donald L. McDowell 

Mr Douglas L. McDowell 

Mr Robert B. Merrell 

Lt. Randolph P. Miles 

Mr. John A. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Julian A. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. William S. Moore 

Mr. Lowell M. Moss 

Dr. Michael E. Nerney 

Mr. Wilson B. Newell, Jr. 

Mr. H. William Niedermayer III 

Mr. Edward V. O'Hanlan 

Dr. Wayne D Old 

Mr Thomas W. Osgood 

Mr Bradley J. Parsons 

Mr. P. Tulane Patterson 

Mr. James D. Patton IV 

Mr. James F. Peebles 

Mr. Joseph B. Penick 

Mr Bruce C. Phillips 

Mr Chester D. Porter III 

Mr William D. Redd 

Mr Barry L. Riddle 

Mr Dennis Lee Roberts 

Mr. William Rosenberger 

Mr William L. Sager.Jr. 

Mr. Charles P. Sargeant 

Mr. Samuel P. Schwing IV 

Mr. Thomas M. Shively 

Mr Paul E. Smith 

Mr Samuel E. Smith, Jr. 

Dr. Edward P. Snyder 

Mr. John E Sommers III 



Dr. Frank D. Stoneburner, Jr. 
Mr John A. Stough, Jr. 
Mr. Brian M. Thurston 
Mr. Randolph E. Traynham 
Dr. Scott S. Twenryman 
Mr. Douglas H. Van Ness 
Mr. Steven E. Wall 
Mr Robert G. White III 
Mr Robert H Whitt.Jr. 
Mr. Robert M. Wilson 

Class of 1979 

83 out of 164 class 
members contributed 
$6,594. The average 
gift was $79.45 and 
the class participation 
was 50.61%). 

Mr. Eddie M. Adkins 
Mr Robert L. Agee IV 
Mr. Thomas M. Akers 
Mr. Thomas B. Archer 
Mr. Steven D. Barnhart 
Mr. Joseph S. Bean, Jr. 
Mr. Michael T Bennett 
Mr Thomas R. Bernard 
Mr. William D. Blackford 
Mr. Carl F. Blackwell 
Mr. B. Elliott Bondurant 
Mr. Gregory F. Burnette 
Mr. David C. Butterworth 
Mr Robert D. Calcote 
Mr. Donald Davison Cantlay 
Mr. John T. H. Carpenter 
Mr. Robert G. Chadwick 
Mr. Robert C. Clary, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas C. G. Coyle, Jr. 
Mr Edgar H. Crenshaw III 
Mr. Christopher M. Crowley 
Mr. Richard E. Curtis, Jr. 
Mr. Gregory L. De Francesco 
Mr. Lester L. Dillard III 
Mr. Thomas G. Douglass 
Mr. John G. Eagan, Jr. 
Mr. J. Andrew East 
Mr Lewis F. Elliott 
Mr David E. Ellis 
Mr. John G. Face 
Mr. F. Marcus Fariss 
Mr. Richard A. Farmar III 
Mr. Gregory W. Feldmann 
Mr. Clifford G. Ferrara 
Mr. Craig A. Folio 
Mr Harold R. Gielow 
Mr. Thomas E. Goode 
Mrs. Pern B. Hall 
Mr. Robert R. Henry IV 
Mr. Kevin M. C. Howard 
Mr Thomas M.Jackson, Jr. 
Mr John K. Jeanes 
Mr, Jack S. Jones 
Mr. Thomas P. Keeley 
Mr. Philander Kelsey 
Mr. Carl D Laughlin 
Mr. Richard H Lea 
Mr. E. Randolph Leach 
Dr. Joseph A Leming 
Mr. James C Lester, Jr. 
Mr. John E. Mansfield 
Mr. Joseph P. Marchetti.Jr. 
Mr. John A. Martin, Jr. 
Mr Steven C. McChristian 
Mr. James C McEwen II 
Mr. J. Moore McMahon 
Ms Georgina O. Miller 
Mr. W Sheppard Miller III 
Mr David E. Moore 
Mr Wallace W. Moore 
Mr. Neil E. Nappo 
Mr Robert W. Oldfield 
Mr Mark H. Oliver 
Mr G. Michael Pace, Jr. 
Mr Joseph R Patterson, Jr 



Mr. Ray M. Paul, Jr. 

Mr. Frank L. Pegram 

Dr William D. Richmond 

Mr. Robert T Ross 

Mr. William D. Rusher, Jr. 

Dr. Rudolph B. Rustin III 

Mr. William F Seymour IV 

Mr. Charles S. Shaw, Jr. 

Mr. Walter P. Smith III 

Mr. Peter W. Squire, Jr. 

Mr. Cecil T. Talley.Jr. 

Mr. James R. Taylor 

Mr. John C. Terry 

Mr Joseph D. Thornton 

Mr. James W.Wallace 

Mr. William N. Watkins 

Mr. Larry D. Willis 

Mr. James K. Woodley III 

Mr George Wright IV 

Class of 1980 

89 out of 155 class 
members contributed 
$4,091. The average 
gift was $45.97 and 
the class participation 
was 57.42%. 

Mr. Michael F. Ackermann 
Mr James M. Alexander III 
Mr. Jeffrey A. Alloway 
Mr. Phillip V. Anderson 
Mr. Donald L. Appich.Jr 
Mr. Alan P. Atha 
Mr. Jonathan G. Atkinson 
Mr. James V. Babashak II 
Mr. Philip B. Baker 
Mr. David E. Barrs 
Mr. Ronald Batliner, Jr. 
Mr. Kevin L. Beale 
Mr. MarcellusJ. Best, Jr. 
Mr. E. Scott Boze III 
Mr. Joseph P. Bradner 
Mr. Patrick D. Brilliant 
Mr. William D. Brown IV 
Mr. John D. Burke 
Mr. Brian M. Cann 
Mr. D. Wayne Claybrook 
Mr. John E. Corey 
Mr. Joel B Coulter 
Mr. Charles M. Dietz, Jr. 
Mr. Ralph W Dodd 
Mr. Lucian A. Durham III 
Mr. William H. Edwards, Jr 
Mr. James M. Face 
Mr. R. Michael Fay 
Mr. Fitzhugh C Ficklen 
Mr. Ronald L Fischer, Jr. 
Mr. Barton L. Floyd 
Mr. William T. Fox, Jr. 
Mr. Drew R. Fuller, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas A. Garner 
Mr. Frank B. Godbold III 
Mr. Thomas P. Gray, Jr. 
Dr. Robert E. Grover 
Mr. William E. Hardy 
Mr. R. Bryant Hare IV 
Mr. Stewart R. Hargrove 
Mr. J. Selden Harris, Jr. 
Mr Robert C P. Harris 
Mr. Walter B. Holston III 
Mr. Geoorge A. Horkan III 
Mr. Leigh P. Huff, Jr. 
Mr. W. Vance Hull 
Mr. E. Sidney Hunter III 
Mr. John P. Irby IV 
Mr. James D. Jervey 
Mr. David K. Johnston 
Mr. Gary S. Kavit 
Lt. Timothy E. Keena 
Mr. Trent S. Kerns 
Mr. Ronald E. Kieloch 
Mr. Wade H. O. Kirby 
Mr Jerome E. Laux 



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Mr. William C. Leach 
Mr. Clark W. Little 
Mr. Christopher S. Long 
Mr. Timothy S. Maxa 
Mr. Robert C Modlin 
Mr. Charles F. Moore III 
Mr David E. Newton 
Mr. David G. Ogle 
Mr. Joseph O Orlandi 
Mr. John G. Overton 
Mr. William J. Pantele 
Mr. Mark W Patterson 
Mr. George R Preas.Jr 
Mr. Douglas S. Price, Jr. 
Mr. James R Richards 
Mr Robert R. Rosebro 
Mr. Mauricio T. Schrader 
Mr Mitchell D. Shaner 
Mr Andrew R. Shipp 
Mr J. Randolph Stokes 
Mr Mark W Thompson 
Mr. Michael A. Thornton 
Mr Keith R. Tignor 
Mr. Russell G. Tindall 
Mr. John A. Tyler 
Mr. E Douglas Warinner, Jr. 
Mr. James T Wayt 
Mr. Edward G. Whealton, Jr. 
Mr. James A Whitehouse.Jr 
Mr. James M.Wolcott III 
Mr. D. Ricky Wyatt 
Mr. Joseph M Ziglar.Jr. 

Class of 1981 

77 out of 137 class 
members contributed 
$2,722. The average 
gift was $35.35 and 
the class participation 
was 56.20%. 

Mr. W. Dudley Bass 

Mr. Kevin D. Blackwell , 

Mr. Edward D. Brown 

Mr. Edward F. Brown 

Mr. John B. Bullard 

Mr. Gordon E. Burks III 

Mr. William A. Carrington 

Mr. James R. Cash 

Mr. Christopher E Caton 

Mr. J. Bruce Coleman 

Mr. T. Edward Cumbey, Jr. 

Dr. William R. Currie 

Mr. Thomas W. Curtis 

Mr. C Jeffrey Daly 

Mr. Thomas M. Davis 

Mr. William S. Driskill 

Mr. A. Michael Edwards 

Mr. Paul T. Emerick 

Mr. Stephen D. Farthing 

Mr. Martin E. Ferrara 

Mr. David H. Fletcher 

Mr. Preston S. Fox 

Mr. William L Freeman 

Mr. Tracy W. Gammon 

Mr. R. Warden Good 

Mr. Matthew E. Gormly III 

Mr Michael Lee Gunn 

Mr. Gregory J. Haley 

Mr. William J. Hancock 

Mr William E. Harrison 

Mr. David F. Huddle 

Mr. Daniel A. Huskey 

Mr. Robert G. Jones 

Mr William A. Karo 

Mr John C. Keesling 

Mr. Jonathon L. Kyle 

Mr. Douglas R. Lawler II 

Mr. W.Kendall Leach, Jr. 

Mr. J Boiling Lewis III 

Mr W. Martin Long II 

Mr. Jonathan D. Mastropaolo 

Mr Scott L. Mixirhead 

Mr. David C Noftsinger 



Mr. Richard C Parker 

Mr Lowell Patterson III 

Mr. Mitchell P. Peterson 

Mr. Andrew J. Pollock 

Mr. David L. Porterfield 

Mr. Warren A. Quinn 

Mr. P. Randy Randolph 

Mr. Randolph C. Revercomb 

Mr. Michael A. Rhea 

Mr. James E. Robertson 

Mr Theodore A. Robertson 

Mr. John C. Rogers 

Mr. R. Douglas Ross 

Mr. Mark C Rummel 

Mr. Vincent D. Salazar 

Mr Daniel B. Schein 

Mr. Jon R. Schoonover 

Mr. Wesley Schuessler 

Mr J. Slade Screven 

Mr. Robert J. Shepherd 

Mr Donald W. Silvester 

Mr. Christopher L Sims 

Lt. L. Rucker Snead III 

Mr. William C. Stephenson IV 

Mr. Christopher M. Stiebel 

Mr. Gordon K. Stokes 

Mr. R. Lawrence Stutts 

Mr. Owen E. Suter III 

Mr. Loon-Kar Tan 

Mr Joseph D. Taylor 

Mr James K Thompson, Jr. 

Mr S Craig Vranian 

Mr. Richard L. Ware 

Mr Franklin P Watkins, Jr. 

Mr James B. Weaver 

Mr David J West 

Mr. F Taylor Wootton III 

Class of 1982 

94 out of 187 class 
members contributed 
$4,286. The average 
gift was $45.60 and 
the class participation 
was 50.27%. 

Mr. Thomas E. Adkins.Jr. 
Mr. Victor R. Alpizar 
Mr. J. Ryan Anderson, Jr. 
Mr. David C Ansell 
Mr. E. Bennett Atwill 
Mr. W. Jefferson Berry II 
Mr. Edward E. Blake 
Mr. Charles P. Bowles III 
Mr. Christian T. Brown 
Mr. Corydon B. Butler, Jr. 
Mr. William S. Cain 
Mr. Tony M. Canody 
Mr. William H. Carr 
Mr. Michael R. Chavelier 
Mr. Alexander M. Clarke, Jr. 
Mr. James A. L. Condrey 
Mr. H. Pratt Cook III 
Mr. Thomas S. Cottrell 
Mr. Gill T. Crittenden 
Mr. Mark R. Cruise 
Mr. Hugh C Cunningham III 
Mr. R. Bryan David 
Mr. Mark A. Deaton 
Mr. David W Donovan 
Mr. Peter S. Duffey 
Mr. Brian H. Dunbar 
Mr. Demetri Economos 
Mr. William M. Edmunds 
Mr. Nelson H. Fisher 
Mr Richard G. Gerloff 
Mr. John L. Gibson III 
Mr. John O. Goddin 
Mr. Scott C Goodman 
Mr. Curtis D. Gordon 
Mr. William E. Green, Jr. 
Mr. David E. Gunter 
Mr. James B. Gurley 
Mr. Gifford R. Hampshire 



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Mr. D. Richard Harris II 

Mr. W. Claiborne Harris 

Mr W. Beattie Hearst 

Mr. W Galen Hobbsjr. 

Mr. Jeffrey S.Holland 

Mr. Charles F. Holloway 

Mr. F Christopher Hudson 

Mr. Neil D. Huffman 

Mr. T Warren Hunnicutt 

Mr Alan P.James 

Mr Allyn G. Janney, Jr. 

Mr. Gavin D. Jeffs 

Mr. Richard E. Kellam 

Mr. Lewis D. Kelley.Jr. 

Mr. Bard G. Kirkpatrick 

Mr. Steven W. Knott 

Mr. William H. LeCompte 

Mr. Richard P. Leggett 

Mr. Lewis B. McClung 

Mr. Thomas G. McClung 

Mr. Orgain E. McCullough III 

Mr. Bryant C McGann 

Mr. B. Vincent Milam 

Mr. Thomas H Miller 

Mr. Robert T. Newcomb 

Mr. W. Crenshaw Newman IV 

Mr. W. Kemp Norman III 

Mr. F. Barret Normann 

Mr Kevin A. Norris 

Mr. Jon A. Pace (S) 

Mr. Jesse K Park 

Mr Raymond D. Parks 

Mr David R. Phillips 

Mr Anthony V. Price 

Mr. Charles E. Pritchett 

Mr Benjamin W. Rawles 

Mr. Randy W. Reed 

Mr. W. Jeffrey Roberts 

Mr. Frederick M. Robinson 

Mr Richard M. Rummel 

Mr. D. Lindsay Russell 

Mr. William A. Shelly 

Mr. Parke B. Smith 

Mr. William S. Smithers III 

Mr. Joseph R. Springer 

Mr. Thomas J. Stabel 

Mr Stephen M Stackhouse 

Mr. R. Palmer Stickley III 

Mr. H. Shands Taylor III 

Mr. James C Taylor III 

Mr. J. Richard Thomas 

Mr. Randall L. Trespacz 

Mr. Henry S. Vaughan 

Mr. Sean D. Wallace 

Mr. Glenn D. Waters 

Mr. Mark M.J. Webb 

Mr. Larry G. Western 

Mr. Gordon W. Wjrth 

Mr. James M Wyatt III 

Class of 1983 

80 out of 154 class 
members contributed 
$4,361. The average 
gift was $54.51 and 
the class participation 
was 51.95%> 

Mr. J. Burwell Ault 
Mr. E. Daniel Baugh III 
Mr. Herbert M. Bennett 
Mr. Charles W. Best III 
Mr. Charles M. Billings IV 
Mr. T. Randall Blanchard 
Mr. Robert J. Bonaventura 
Mr. J. Trevor Boyce 
Mr. Robert E. Brailsford 
Mr. Michael E. Brainerd 
Mr. Richard M. Bruni 
Mr. Edmund M. Cameron III 
Mr. Fred L. Campbell III 
Mr. Richard A. Chassey 
Mr. Jeffrey A. Clifton 
Mr. Howard P. Cobb III 



Mr. F. Andrew Cook III 

Mr. Kevin C. Cowley 

Mr. George F. Craft II 

Mr. David E. Cullen, Jr. 

Mr. Christopher H. Daly 

Mr. John C Dickinson 

Mr. Wallace M. Dietz 

Mr. Matthew T. Dill 

Mr. James Duffy 

Mr. Brian S. Dyer 

Mr. Christopher J. Enroughty 

Mr. W. Wayne Enroughty, Jr. 

Mr. Louis D. Farina, Jr. 

Mr. PaulR. Fozo.Jr. 

Mr. William M. French 

Mr. Franklin Y. Geho 

Mr. W. Duncan Gibbs III 

Mr George F. Gleusner 

Mr. R. Tyree Greene, Jr. 

Mr. Timothy B. Guthrie 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Hirer Harris III 

Mr. David E. Harrison 

Mr. Benjamin R Harvey, Jr. 

Mr, Peter A. B. Hoblitzell III 

Mr. Gary F. Holland 

Mr. Duran P. Holton 

Mr. James S. Howell 

Mr. David R. Hummel 

Mr. Mark A. Johnson 

Mr. Mark T. Jones 

Mr. Mark W. Jones 

Mr. James M. Jordan, Jr. 

Mr. C. Mark Kelly 

Mr. Phillip A. Levenson 

Mr. William J. Martin 

Mr. Denis J. McCarthy 

Mr. Claiborne B. Morton III 

Mr. Michael P. Mullen 

Mr. Louis E. Nelsen III 

Mr. Neal A. Nichols 

Mr. James M. Nottingham 

Mr. William W. Patterson III 

Mr. R. Briggs Peery 

Mr. Bradford S. Pfeifer 

Mr. Alexander M. Rinaldi 



HAMPDEN 



Mr. Thomas A. Robinson 
Mr. Henry M. Rogers III 
Mr. C.James Roncaglione, Jr. 
Mr. J. David Sadler, Jr. 
Mr. Lewis S. Saunders, Jr. 
Mr. W. Tyler Shands 
Mr. William D. Simpson 
Mr. Jeffrey M. Stedfast 
Mr. F. Nash Strudwick 
Mr. E. Toles Summers 
Mr. Mark E. Thatcher 
Mr. Brian S. Thomas (S) 
Mr. Michael C Tomkies 
Mr. William M. Tyler 
Mr. David F. Waller 
Mr. John S.White 
Mr. Stuart P. Wilbourne 
Mr. Benjamin J. Willis III 
Mr. Martin C Wilson 
Mr. Christopher A. Yim 

Class of 1984 

98 out of 189 class 

members contributed 

$2,226. The average 

gift was $22.71 and 

the class participation 

was 51.85%. 

Mr. Charles E. Agee II 

Mr. Steven T. Alexander 

Mr. Christopher C Altizer 

Mr. Andrew Blanton 

Mr. W.Charles Blocker, Jr. 

Mr. Allen Blow 

Mr. Robert H. Bourne III 

Mr. D. Campbell Bowman, Jr. 

Mr. Steven R. Boyajian 

Mr. Howard H. R. Boyd 

Mr. John M. Burge III 

Mr. John C. Callahan 

Mr. Robert H. Camp 

Mr. Donald W. Clary 

Mr. T. Franklin Clemmer 111 



SYDNEY COLLEGE 

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Mr. William C Cozart 

Mr. Claiborne W. Craddock 

Mr. Hunter E. Craig 

Mr. L. Daniel Crooks HI 

Mr. Robert J. Crouch 

Mr. Jeffrey H. Curry 

Mr Robert T DuPuis.Jr. 

Mr. Stephen E. Evans 

Mr. Todd S. Farrand 

Mr. W. David Florence 

Mr. Richard D. Foley 

Mr. J. Happer Furr.jr. 

Mr. James G. Gamble, Jr. 

Mr. Alan F. Garrison 

Mr. Alfred H. Garvey, Jr. 

Mr Robert W. Given 

Mr. Michael J. Grace 

Mr. Sean D. Gregg 

Mr. George E. Grimball III 

Mr. Randolph B. Grinnan IV 

Mr. F. Lee Hagan III 

Mr. John K. Haines 

Mr. Joseph W. Hatchett.Jr. 

Mr David N. Heaton 

Mr. D. Frederick Helm III 

Mr. Michael D. Hodges 

2nd Lt. Edmund J. Hopper 

Mr. Robert B. Houska 

Mr. William A. Hudgins 

Mr. Brian P. Jeter 

Mr. Jonathan S.Johnson 

Mr. Richard L Johnson 

Mr. Lawrence O. Jonak 

Mr. David F. Jones 

Mr. Peter G. Kanelos 

Mr. Richard A. Lanham,Jr. 

Mr. W. Davis Lawley, Jr. 

Mr. Dennis W. Lee 

Mr. Lynwood W. Lewis 

Mr. Eng Kuan Loh 

Mr. C Thomas Lovelace 

Ms. Ann B. Mayo 

Mr. M. Edwin McCall, Jr. 

Mr. K. Matthew McGee 

Mr. John G. Mcjunkin 



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Mr. Joseph H. Metzger III 
Mr. James F. Moseley, Jr. 
Mr. A. Alan Nolan 
Mr. Philip E. Paulette 
Mr. Brian W. Peabody 
Mr. R Jeffrey Peterson 
Mr. Virginius S. Pittman II 
Mr. Steven L. Plunkert 
Mr. Joseph G. Pontius 
Mr. Frank S Powell 
Mr. Michael A. Prizzi 
Mr. Richard E. Redding 
Mr. Thomas S. Richards 
Mr. Jeffrey R. Richardson 
Mr. Lucien W. Roberts III 
Mr. Charles A. Roest 
Mr. Francis D. Rosenberger II 
Mr. Bruce C. Ross 
Mr. T Feild Russell 
Mr Andrew R. Sager 
Mr. Harold B. Scoggins III 
Mr. S. Barron Segar III 
Mr. Timothy D. Siviter 
Mr. Keith B. Slattum 
Mr. R. Mark Slaydon 
Mr. Christopher F. Snead 
Mr. Arthur H. Sperry 
Mr. Ward W. Stevans III 
Mr. Wallace C Tarry 
Mr Raymon H. Thompson 
Mr. Triplett K. Thompson 
Mr. William B. Trevillian III 
Mr. Eric W. Uhtenwoldt 
Mr. Adam A. Waldrop 
Mr. Otway B. Wallace 
Mr. Alexander H. Ware 
Mr. Steven H. Warren 
Mr. Thomas U. Warren 
Mr. David H.White, Jr. 

Class of 1985 

Class Gift 

Mr. William J. Hubbard 

Mr. Jonathan N. Terry 






1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



PARENTS 1984-85 



Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. P H. Abels 

Dr. & Mrs. John Q. Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Addicks.Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Addington.Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. R. D. Ailsworth 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Akers 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Alexander 

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Allen 

Mr. & Mrs. Gene R. Alligood, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Rawle A. Alloway 

Mr. & Mrs. R. B. Ailport, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Altizer 

Mr. & Mrs. Larry W Ambrose 

Dr. & Mrs. John Wilkins Ames, Jr. 

Mr & Mrs. Donald E. Anderson 

Mr. & Mrs. James G. Anderson '55 

Dr. & Mrs. R. H. Anderson 

Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Anonick, Sr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Burness F. Ansell.Jr. '54 

Mr. & Mrs. William P. Anthony, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Aponte 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas C Apostle 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Apperson 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Appich 

Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel A. Arias 

Mr. & Mrs. Guy C Arnall 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Arrington.Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Norton Ashman 

Mrs. P. T. Atkinson 

Dr. & Mrs. Stewart Atkinson 

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh C Bailey, Jr. 

Mrs. William L.Bali, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Bance 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Banning 

Mr. & Mrs. Abraham B. Barksdale 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard W. Barousse 

Mr. & Mrs. George H. Bartlett 

Mrs. Julia M. Baskervill 

Mrs. Mary R. Bass 

Mr. & Mrs. Bobby G. Batten 

Mrs. Josephine W Batten 

Mr. & Mrs. E. R. Bayliss 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Beahm 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Beasley 

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Becknell, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. L. W. Bedell 

Mr. & Mrs. Leon J. Beekman 

Mrs. J. R. Belcher 

Mr. Robert P. BendalLJr. '44 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert T. Benke 

Mr. & Mrs. Rene G. Bennett 

Mr. & Mrs. Jackie W Benson 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Bernard 

Mr. Richard D. Besley 

Mr. Elmer Billman 

Colonel & Mrs. G. P. Blackburn, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Blackburn 

Mr. George H. Blackwell 

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Blackwell 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard E. Blanchard 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Blankemeyer 

Mr. & Mrs. Willoughby Blocker 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Blow 

Mrs. Ethel Bohnengel 

Mrs. Raymond B. Bottom 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Boucher 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald C Bowman, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Boyajian.Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Warne Boyce 

Mr. Numa P. Bradner '52 

Mr. & Mrs. Maynard L. Brandt 

The Rev. & Mrs. Warren C. Bran- 

non '52 
Mr. & Mrs. James C Bray 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. Brazil 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Breeden III 

'56 
Mr. Jay R. Brinsf ield 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. Brinson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Brooks 



Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd E. Brotzman, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Churchill P. Brown, Jr. 

Mrs. Sandra K. Brown 

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Brown 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Bruner '33 

Mrs. Ruth G. Bryant 

Mr. James L. Bugg, Jr. '41 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Bullardjr. 

Dr. William G. Bunch, Jr. '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo F. Burke 

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce C Burns 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert W. Burroughs 

Mrs. Marie D. Burton 

Mr P.James Burton, Jr. '50 

Mrs. Corydon B. Butler, Sr. 

The Honorable & Mrs. J. D. Butzner. 

Jr- 
Mr & Mrs. Ronald A. Cain 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Caldwell, Jr. 
Mrs. Constance S. Cann 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Hollister Cantus 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Caplin 
Dr. & Mrs. E. B Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. Carr 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Carrington II 
Mrs William H. Carstarphen 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. H. Carter 
Mr. & Mrs. George B. Cartledge, Jr 

'63 (T) 
Mr. & Mrs. James C Caruso 
Ms. Betty B. Cary 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Chalmers 
Mr. & Mrs. M. D. Cheatham, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lee Citrone 
Dr. & Mrs. Lee A. Clark, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Alexander M Clarke, Sr 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Clifton, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Clough 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard P. Cobb, Jr. 
Mr. Aylett B. Coleman 
Mr. & Mrs. John Collie, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William K. Conger 
Mr. Huestis P. Cook, Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Cores 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Couch 
Mrs. Anne Cover 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank N. Cowan 
Ms. Jeanett B. Cox 
Mr & Mrs. Frederic H. Cox, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Walter S. Cox II 
Mrs. Joyce M. Coyle 
Mrs. Rosa Lee Cozart 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Craddock '55 
Mr. & Mrs. George F. Craft 
Mr. S. Daley Craig, Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Dabney H. Craighill 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd L. Craighill 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Crittenden 
Mr. & Mrs. Anton C. Crone 
Dr. & Mrs. L. Daniel Crooks, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo William Crotty 
Mr. & Mrs. John C Crouch 
Mr. & Mrs. T Frank Crowder '45 
Mrs. John B. Culbertson 
Dr & Mrs. J. W. Cumbia 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred T Curlee '47 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Currence 
Mr. & Mrs. David M. Curry 
Dr. & Mrs. William L Curry 
Mr. Donald D. Curtis 
Mrs. H. P. Custis 
Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Dalton 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Daniel 
Mrs. Brenda Davies 
The Honorable B. A. Davis III 
Mr Ernest G. Davis, Jr. '53 
Mrs. Gloria S. Davis 
Mr. & Mrs. Guy P. Davis, Sr. 
Mrs Peggy C. Davis 



Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Davis '53 

Mr & Mrs. William R. Davis 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Dawkins (T) 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. De Francesco 

Mr. John F. DeBuys, Jr. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Degges 

Mr. & Mrs. Willard E. Dent 

Dr. & Mrs. Fletcher Derrick, Jr. 

Mrs. F. Lyman Dewey 

Mr. John G. Dickenson 

Mrs. S. L. Dickenson 

Mr & Mrs. Curtis M. Dickinson 

Mr. & Mrs. August A. Dietz III '46 

Mr. & Mrs. Burton H. Dietz 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Dietz '52 

Mr. & Mrs. James G Diggs,Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Franklin Dill 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Dinsmore 

Dr. Martin Donelson, Jr. '38 

Mrs. Norma L. Donelson 

Mr. & Mrs. William P. Donovan 

Dr. R. C Dorey.Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T Dougherty, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward M. Dougherty, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ollin K. Dozier, Jr. 
Mr. Charles L. Duckworth 
Captain & Mrs. Robert W. Duke 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. DuPuis, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Alvin W. Dyer.Jr. 
Ms. Anita R Easton 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert R Edens '58 
Mr. & Mrs. C. W. Edwards, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Sam D. Eggleston, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall P. Eldred, Jr. 
Mr. A. W. Embrey.Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Grenvilie T. Emmet III 
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Mr. & Mrs. Robert Eversmann 
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Mr. & Mrs. James A. Fader, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis D. Farina, Sr. 
Mrs. Lula O. Farmer 
Mr. Welford S. Farmer 
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Mr. & Mrs. Frank F. Faust 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Fenice 
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Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Fink 
Mr. & Mrs. Floyd L. Firing, Jr. 
Mrs. Maynard N. Fisher 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Fitzgerald 

'53 
Mr. James M. Fleming, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip D. Flemion 
Colonel & Mrs. William R. Foley 
Dr. & Mrs. Paige B. Folio 
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Mr. F. Meriwether Fowlkes, Jr. '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Francis 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. Franks 
Mrs. R. Mcllwaine Frazer 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. French 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Friend, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William Frith 
Mr. & Mrs. Rufus A. Fulton 
Mr. & Mrs. James G. Gamble 
Mrs. Mary K. Gamble 
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew M. Gant, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Gardner, Jr. 

'57 
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Dr. & Mrs. Alfred H. Garvey, Sr. 
The Hon. & Mrs. Ernest P. Gates 

'45 (T) 
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Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Giannetti 
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Gibson 
Mr & Mrs. John L. Gibson II 
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Mrs Annette L. Gimpelson 

Dr. & Mrs. Frederick T. Given, Jr. 

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Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Godsey 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank S. Goodman 
Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Goodwin 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Gore 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Granger, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. Gray 
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Mr. & Mrs. David D. Green 
Mr. & Ms. Harry S. Greene, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Greene, Sr. 
Capt. & Mrs. Wallace A. Greene 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Gregg 
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Dr. & Mrs. R. Bryan Grinnan 
Mr. R. Bryan Grinnan III '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Groonell 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Gross 
Dr. & Mrs. Carl A. Grote, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Oscar E. Grubbs, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Elbert W. Gunn 
Mr. & Mrs. John Arch Gurkin, Jr. 
Mr. Walter P. Gust 
Mr. & Mrs. Alonza B. Guthrie 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Dennett Guthrie 
Mr. Harry V. Haga.Jr. '48 
Mr. & Mrs. Forrest L. Hagan, Jr. 
Mrs. Mary S. Hailey 
Mr. R. Garnett Hall, Sr. 
The Rev. & Mrs. Sidney J. Hall (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore M. Hamady 
Mr. & Mrs. William Hamaker 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold D. Hankins 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Harding 
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Mr. & Mrs. C. Dale Harman.Jr. 
Dr. William B. Harris '42 
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Dr. James S. Harris, Sr. '53 
Dr. Penelope A. Harrison 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. Harrison.Jr. '43 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. 

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Mr. Bruce R. Hazelgrove 
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Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Heaton 
Mr. & Mrs. James T. Heery, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip M. Heflin 
Col. & Mrs. Harrison H. Heilberg. 

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Mr. & Mrs. Ralph D. Hellams 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray F. Henderson 
Mr. Ronald M. Henry '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen G. Hensley, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John Hepburn 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Hess 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick H. Hester 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Hickman. 

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Dr. James A. Higgs, Jr. '48 
Mrs. G. E. Hildreth 
Mr. & Mrs. Meade Hinton, Jr. 
The Honorable Fred L. Hoback, Jr. 

'60 
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Mr. & Mrs. Bernard W. Hodges 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Hodges III 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. Holladay 
Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Holloway, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. John W. HoUoweU 
Mr. & Mrs. Broox G. Holmes 
Dr. & Mrs. Hal H. Holmes 



Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Hope, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Irvin G. Horner 
Mr. & Mrs Ross A. Hotchkiss.Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles R. Houska 
Mrs. Jean Howard 
Mr. John W Howard, Jr. 50 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hubbard 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, 

Jr. '46 
Dr. & Mrs. Wallace Huff 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry W Hughes 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Hughes, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas N. Hunnicutt III 
Capt. & Mrs. Albert Hunt 
Mrs. Doris A. Hurt 
Mr. & Mrs. George Ikonomou 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph N. Jackson, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Jackson 
Mr. & Mrs Richard H. Jackson 
Mrs. Shirley Jackson 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul A. Jagasich (F) 
Mrs. E. Ralph James, Jr. 
Mrs. J. Frank James 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W Jamison '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Allyn G. Janney '42 
Dr. & Mrs. Peter W. Jeffs 
Mr. & Mrs. George W.Jenkins, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs Frederick F.Johnson '60 
Mr. & Mrs Norman K. Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Johnson '53 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Jonak, Jr. 
Mr. James M.Jones, Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. James P. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton A. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. R. F. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard T.Jones 
Mrs. Virginia F. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Robert Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. George W. Julien, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Kampfmuel- 

ler 
Mr. Si Mrs. Brian Kane 
Mr. & Mrs. George F. Kanelos 
Mr. & Mrs. J. C Kasun 
Mr. Bernard Kaufman 
Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Kavanaugh, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs Robert Keeley 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kehoe 
Dr. E. Milton Kellam '39 
Mr. & Mrs. John T. Kellam III 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Kelly 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Kelly III 
Mr. & Mrs. James B Kemp, Jr. 
Mr Albert S. Kemper III '51 
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Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy R. Kern 
Mr. Hal William Kessler 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip W. Key '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. King 
Mr. & Mrs. Othel A. Knight 
Mr. Robert S. Knott 
Mr. & Mrs. W. C Knox 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Kutrik.Jr. 
Mrs. Douglas W. Laird 
Mr. & Mrs. W T. Langhorne 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Lanham, Sr. 
Mr. Gilbert R. Larus, Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Lashley '40 
Mrs. Carol S. Laughlin 
Mr. Si Mrs. Joseph Lawless 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Lawley, Sr 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Lawrence 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Lawson, Jr. 
Mr. Si Mrs. Samuel G. Layton, Jr. 
Mr. Si Mrs. Easton T. LeBlanc 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben B. LeCompte.Jr. 
Dr. A. E. LeHew 
Mr. Hunter M. Leach '40 
The Rev. William K. Leach '62 
Mr. 8i Mrs. George H. Leary '47 
Mr. Si Mrs. Alexander Lee, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Burton P. Lee 
Mr. & Mrs. Felton L. Lee 
Mr. Si Mrs. Harold A. Lee 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph N. Lee 



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Mr. Robert E. Lee IV 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank T Lendrim 

Mrs. Virginia H. Levering 

Mr. Arthur M. Levin 

Mr. Si Mrs. J. Thomas Lewis 

Mr. Si Mrs. Lynwood W. Lewis 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy J. Lewis 

The Rev. & Mrs. A. Heath Light '5 1 

Mr. G. W. Lindsay '52 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis B. Lineweaver 

Mr. W E Lipscomb, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs Clarence Little, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Clifton Long 

Mr. & Mrs. H. T Lorentzen 

Mrs. Robert E. Lorigan 

Mr. Thomas S. Lovelace '50 

Mr. & Mrs. George B. Lucas, Jr. 

The Rev. & Mrs. H C Lukens 

Mr. & Mrs. Buford T Lumsden 

Dr. & Mrs. John W. Lynn 

Mr. & Mrs. J Granger MacFarlane 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mahoney 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Maloney III 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Martin, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Winfield Massie '49 

Mr. Si Mrs. Louis N. Matthews 

Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Matthews 

Mr. & Mrs. James D. Mattox 

Mr. & Mrs. Beverly S. Mauck 

Mrs. Richard E. Maulsby 

Mr. Si Mrs. R. Wallace Maxwell 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas T Mayo IV (F) 

(S) 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. McBratney, 

Jr. 

Mr. M. Edwin McCall, Sr. '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence E. McCanna 
Mrs. Richard McCarthy 
Mr. Richard McCarthy III '61 
Dr. & Mrs. Ralph C McClung 
Mr. & Mrs. David S. McClung II '51 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. McCuIlough 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard McCusty 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. McDanald 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. McEnderfer 
Mr. Samuel W. McGann, Jr. '42 
Dr. & Mrs. Francis E. McGee.Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. McGhee 
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Mclnnis 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Mdntyre 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Mcjunkin 
Mr. & Mrs. George J. McKeever 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. McMahon.Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Wilson McNeely III 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Vincent McPhillips 
Mrs. Margaret T Meinzer 
Dr. & Mrs. R. R. Menendez 
Col. & Mrs. W. H. Mercer 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. Meyer III 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Mikell 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin C Miler 
Mrs. George K. Miller, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Owen R. Minter '53 
Mr Si Mrs. James B. Mitchell 
Mr. Si Mrs. Charles R. Modlin 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Montaigne, Jr. 
Mr. Si Mrs. Charles P.J. Mooney III 
Mr. Samuel J. T Moore 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Morgan, Sr. '50 
Mr. & Mrs. L V. Morgan 
Mrs. Virginia S. Morgan 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Hunter Morgan, Sr 
Mrs. Barbara Jean Morris 
Mr. & Mrs. James S. Morrisett, Jr. 
Mrs. Claiborne B. Morton, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles H. Moseley, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin W. Mugford.Jr 
Mr. Si Mrs. Marvin E. Mulligan 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Munn 
Capt. & Mrs. N. C. Nash 
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Ms. Lucy B. Negus 
Mrs. Joseph L. Nelson, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Newcomb 



Mr. Si Mrs. Joseph R Newsome.Jr. 

Mr Joseph J. Nicklo 

Mr & Mrs. W. Kemp Norman, Jr. 

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Mr. Si Mrs. Clifford A. Nottingham 
Dr. Si Mrs. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. 

'56 
Mrs. Jack P. Null 
Mr. Si Mrs. Clarence C Nunnally 
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Mr. & Mrs. Herbert E. ORourke 
Mr. & Mrs. James O. Olfson 
Mr. & Mrs. Hunter B. Oliver, Jr. 
Mr. James M. Overbey '55 
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Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. '44 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald M. Pace '63 
Mrs. P. G. Padgett, Sr. 
Mr. Cary L. Page, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs Kenneth G. Pankey 
Mr. & Mrs. G. H. Parker, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. William H. Parrish III 
Mrs. Nancy G. Parsons 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Parsons 
Mrs. William M. Passano, Sr. — 

deceased 
Mr. Si Mrs Thomas Hill Patterson 
Mr. & Mrs. William S. Patterson '41 
Mr. & Mrs William W. Patterson, 

Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Peabody, Jr. 
Mr. William C Peake '51 
Mr. C Robert Peery '50 
Mr & Mrs. E. Baxter Peffer 
Mr. & Mrs. Claude Graham Pem- 
broke, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Justus E. Pendley 
Mrs. Walter L Penn.Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Peters 
Mr & Mrs. Carl L. Pfeil 
Mr. Si Mrs. Edgar F. Pierce 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Pierpaoli 
Mr. Si Mrs. C Lewis Pitzer, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry G. Plunkett.Jr. 
Mr. Henry R. Pollard IV '64 
Mr. Si Mrs. Norman H. Pollock 
Mr. Si Mrs. W. Bruce Porterfield 
Mrs. Edward L. Potter 
Dr. Si Mrs. Jack H. Powell 
Mr. Si Mrs. W. D. Powell 
Mrs. Katherine W. Pratt 
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Mrs. Margel S. Prince 
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Mr. Si Mrs. William J. Pruitt 
Mrs. J. B. PurkalLJr. 
Mr. J. Horsley Putt, Jr. '58 
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Dr. & Mrs. lohn M. Quarles '50 
Mr. Si Mrs. George A. Rabchevsky 
Mr. Michaux Raine HI '57 
Mrs. Hubert R. Ransom 
Mr. Si Mrs. Thomas Lee Read 
Mr. Si Mrs. G. W. Redd 
Mrs. William T Reed, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Rice 
Mr. John F. Richards '56 
Mr. Si Mrs. Fritz G. Riedlin 
Mr. Si Mrs. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. '36 
Mr. & Mrs. A. W.Roberts, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Jesse F. Roberts, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs Rufus G. Roberts, Jr 
Mr. E. Stewart Robertson '54 
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Mrs. Goldie V. Robinson 
Mr. Si Mrs. P. Lewis Robinson 
Mr Si Mrs Thomas L. Robinson 
Mr. Si Mrs. Hugo F. Rodriguez 
Mrs William E. Rogerson 
Mr. & Mrs. B. V. Rosenberger 
Mr & Mrs. Francis Rosenberger, Sr. 
Dr. Si Mrs. Clarke Russ 
The Rev. & Mrs J Shepherd Rus- 
. sell, Jr. '51 



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Mr. & Mrs. Constant Sakakini 

Mrs. R. E. Sanders, Jr. 

Mr. Oliver J. Sands, Jr. '26 

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Mr & Mrs. Edward M. Schaaf, Jr. 

Mr. Si Mrs. Wayne N. Schelle 

Mr. Si Mrs. David G. Schofield 

Mr Si Mrs. Frederick Schrom, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Victor K. Schuster 

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Mr. & Mrs. David Scott 

Mr. Si Mrs. Perry A. Sebreny 

Mr. Si Mrs. James D Secor, Jr. 

Mr. Si Mrs. Samuel B Segar, Jr. 

Mr Si Mrs. O. K Semones 

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Mr. & Mrs. James E. Shelton.Jr 

Mr. Si Mrs. P. M. Shiflett 

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Mr. Si Mrs. W. L. Shipp, Sr. 

Mrs. W. L. Shumate 

Mrs. Joseph W. Siewick 

Dr. L. Banks Simmons '57 

Mr. J. Scott Simms '61 

Mr. Si Mrs. Edgar Sims, Jr. 

Mr Wilbert B. Siviter 

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Mr. & Mrs. James G. Slunt 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert C Smith 

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Mr. Si Mrs. James G. Smith, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence N. Smith '59 

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Mr. Si Mrs. Samuel E. Smith 

Mr. Si Mrs. Ellison Smyth, Jr. 

Mr. Si Mrs. Walter F. Snead 

Mr. Si Mrs. F. D. Snyder 

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Mr. Si Mrs. Russell S. Sparks 

Mr. Harold R. Spencer '54 

Mrs. Mary R. Spencer 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Spinnenweber 

Mrs. Ann Cox Sposa 

Mr. P. Warren Spratley.Jr. '49 

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Mr. & Mrs. John C Stevenson, Jr. 

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Mr. Robert P. Stickley, Jr. '47 

Mr. Si Mrs. G. David Stifel 

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Mr. Si Mrs. James L. Thomas 

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Mr. Si Mrs. Roy S. Thompson, Jr. 

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Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Wallace 

Dr. K. K. Wallace, Jr. '54 

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Mr. & Mrs. John M. Warren 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Watkins, Jr. 

'48 
Mr. T. Ashby Watts III '57 
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Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Wellborn 

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Mr. & Mrs. James C. Wheat, Jr. 

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Mr. & Mrs. Dan S. Williamson 

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The Hon. J. M. H. Willis, Jr. '54 

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Mr. Lee S. Ainslie, Jr. (T) 

Allen Family Reunion 

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Mr. George S. Arnold 

Mrs. G. C Arnoux 

Mr. Robert B. Arthur 

Mrs. William E. Atkinson 

Mrs. Anne P. Ayers 

Mr. Pleasant H. Bagby 

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Mrs. A. C Hopkins 

Mr. & Mrs. William B. Hopkins 

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Horner, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Edmunds S. Hudgins 

Mrs. George M. Hughes 

Mrs. Edwin Hyde 

Mr. George R. Irvin, Jr. 

Mrs. Charles H. Jackson, Jr. 

Dr. George D.Jackson HD '68 

Mrs. Herbert W. Jackson III 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Jefferson, Jr. 

Ms. Margaret E. Jerome 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Monroe Johns 

Mr. David S. Jolley 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Jones (S) 

Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Sigma 

Mr. Edwin L Kennedy (T) 

Kiwanis Club of Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Paule G. Kline (F) 



Dr. & Mrs. Amos L. Laine (F) 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Lancaster 

Dr. & Mrs. Ripon W. LaRoche II 

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Trinkle Lawson 

Mr. William P. Lawson 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Leary 

Mr. & Mrs. B. B. LeCompte 

Mrs. Frank Leveque 

Mr. S. E. Lilesjr. HD 81 

Mrs. Daniel E. Lindsey.Jr 

Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow P. Lipscomb 

Mr. & Mrs. David Y. Loebor 

Dr. Anne C Lund (F) 

Mrs. E. T Maben 

Mrs. Alice S. MacPherson 

Mr. & Mrs. S. A. Martin 

Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Martin, Jr. 

(F) (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Martin 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard C McClintock 

(S) 
Mrs. Elizabeth W. McMullan 
Mrs. Maurice McNamara 
Mr. John T McRae 
Mrs. John C Metcalf 
Mr. florst Meyer 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. Mezzullo 
Mrs. Nancy A. Michaux 
Mrs. C W. Middleton 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Clifford Miller, Jr. 
Mr. Rodney B. Mitchell (T) 
Dr. & Mrs. George M. Modlin HD 

71 
Mr. John Stewart Morton, Jr. 
Mr. William H. Myers III (F) 
Dr. J. Wade Nichols 
Dr. Owen L. Norment (F) 
Miss Alicia Novey (S) 
Mrs. R B. Oliver 
Dr. Donald R Ortner (F) 
Miss Dorothy Overcash 
Dr. John W.Owen, Jr. 
Mr. K D. Owen 
Mr. E. M. Pairet 
Mr. Richard E. Palmer (F) 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin M. Parrish 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Pecht 
Mr. David S. Pelland (F) 
Mr. Robert H. Penn 
Mrs. Charles Peters 
Mr. George M. Peters (S) 
Mrs. Herman H. Pevler 
Mr. L. D Phaupjr. (S) 
Mr. John Pisapia 
Dr. William Porterfield (F) 
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Poteet II (S) 

(F) 
Mrs. Gerald Potter 
Mr. & Mrs. G. S. Proctor 
Mrs. Virginia Trinkle Quick 
Mrs. Ben Reed 
Mrs. Charles L Reed 
Mrs. Louise M. Reveley 



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The Rev & Mrs. John B. Rice (S) 

Mr. E. Price Ripley 

Mr. Jesse F. Roberts III 

Mr. E Claiborne Robins 

Dr & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers (F) 

Dr. Ben Lacy Rose 

Mr & Mrs. Fred Rosen 

Mr. John C. Russell 

Mr David T Ryan 

Miss Jane Saunders 

Dr. Todd H. Schill (S) 

Dr Charley Scott 

Mrs. Gayle N. Scott 

Colonel Dudley B. Selden (F) 

Mrs. J. S. Shackleton 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Shea 

Dr. L. Benjamin Sheppard 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Showalter 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank J. Simes (F) 

Dr. Herbert J. Sipe, Jr. (F) 

Mrs. Benjamin A. Soyars 

Mrs. Virginia H. Spratley 

LTC Malcolm H. Squires, Jr. 

Mrs. John C. Steck 

Mr. Denver Stone 

Mrs. Helen Trinkley Stroud 

Mrs. Mary L Sutro 

Mrs. Austin Sydnor 

Dr. Charles Sydnor, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Talbott III 

Mr. & Mrs. George E. Taylor 

Mrs. Charles W. Thomas 

Dr. W. T Thompson, Jr. 

Mrs. Laurence E. Tierney 

Mr. John A. Timmons, Jr. (S) 

Mrs. Foster M. Townsend 

Mr. WilliamS. Trinkle, Jr. 

Dr. C Wayne Tucker (F) 

Mr. T C Vaiden 

Mr. Charles S. Valentine 

Mr. William J. Wallace 

Mrs. H. Hudnall Ware, Jr. 

Mrs. Aune A. Warinner 

Mr. Joseph A. Weinberg 

Mrs. Marianne F. Wells (S) 

Mr. & Mrs. William K. Whidden 

Mrs. Harvey S. Whitaker 

Mrs. Francis R. Whitehouse 

Mr. James L. Whitlock 

Mr. & Mrs. William G. Whitter 

Mr. & Mrs. Erwin H. Will HD '64 

Mr. C Richmond Williamson 

Mr. Joseph M. Wilson (F) 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R Wirsing 

Mr. G M. Wolfe 

Mr. William P. Woodley 

Miss Mary Woodson 

Mr. John E. Woodward, Jr. 

Mr. Robert M. Wright 

Mr. Joseph R. Wyattjr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter L Wyeth (S) 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Zoppa 



j 1984-85 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS^ 



BUSINESS 1984-85 



ARA Services, Inc. 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company 

of Virginia 
The Carpet House 
Central Fidelity Banks 
Citicorp 

Colonial American Bankshares 
Commonwealth Gas Pipeline Corporation 
Continental Financial Services 
Craigie Incorporated 
The Daily Press, Inc. 
Ethyl Corporation 



Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 

First National Bank, Farmville, Va. 

Franchise Enterprises, Inc. 

Fujitsu Microelectronics, Inc. 

Home Beneficial Life Insurance Company 

Household International 

James River Corporation 

Jefferson Bankshares 

Johnson & Higgins of VA 

Lynn Camp Coal Corporation 

Nelson-Roanoke Corporation 



Newport News Shipbuilding 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance 

Company 
Owens & Minor 
Pairet's 

Scott & Stringfellow 
Sears Roebuck 
United Virginia Bank 
Universal Leaf Tobacco Co., Inc. 
West Motor Sales 



FOUNDATIONS 1984-85 



Anonymous 

Brown Foundation 

J. Stewart Bryan Foundation 

Cartledge Foundation 

Cozart Foundation 

The Eleanor Naylor Dana Charitable Trust 

The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation 

The T M. Evans Foundation 

Charles A. Frueauff Foundation 

The Gordon Fund 



The Huston Foundation 
Leggett Foundation 
Massey Foundation 
Meyers-Krumbein Foundation, Inc. 
Missionary Emergency Fund, Inc. 
Alfred Moore Foundation 
NASA Lewis Research Center 
National Endowment for the Arts 
National Endowment for the Humanities 
National Science Foundation 



Elis Olsson- Chesapeake Foundation 
R E B Foundation 
Harry L. Rosenbaum Foundation 
Seth Sprague Educational & Charitable 

Foundation 
Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation 
Virginia Commission for the Arts 
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities 
Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges 
The Wheat Foundation 



CHURCHES 1984-85 



Bayside Presbyterian Church 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Pryor Memorial Church 
Crewe, Virginia 

St. Giles' Presbyterian Church 
Richmond, Virginia 



Second Presbyterian Church 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Synod of the Virginias 

Roanoke, Virginia 



Women of the Church 
Blue Ridge Presbytery 

Women of the Church 
First Presbyterian Church 
Martinsville, Virginia 



BEQUESTS 1984-85 



Gladys C Boisseau 
Lewis G. Chewning '27 



William H. Leachman 
W. Peyton May 



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Ruth A. Michaux 









CORPORA! 








FTS 1984-85 


T MATCHING GI 


AT&T Foundation 


Ernst & Whinney 


Norfolk Southern Corporation 


Abbott Laboratories Fund 


Exxon Education Foundation 


Northwestern Financial Corporation 


Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation 


William F. Farley Foundation 


Northwestern Mutual 


Alcoa Foundation 


Federal National Mortgage Association 


Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company 


Allied Foundation 


Federated Department Stores Foundation 


A. G Becker Paribas 


Allstate Foundation 


The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company 


Penn Central Corporation 


American Brands Incorporated 


The First Boston Foundation Trust 


Pepsico Foundation 


American Broadcasting Company 


First Maryland Foundation, Inc. 


Philbro-Salomon, Inc. 


Appalachian Power Company 


First Virginia Bank 


Philip Morris, Inc. 


Armco Foundation 


GEICO 


Price Waterhouse 


Arthur Andersen & Company 


GTE Service Corporation 


The Proctor & Gamble Fund 


Badische Corporation 


The General Electric Foundation 


Provident Mutual 


Barclays American Corporation 


General Mills Foundation 


Provident National Bank 


Bassett-Walker, Inc. 


The General Tire Foundation, Inc. 


Prudential Foundation 


Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Inc. 


Trust Company of Georgia Foundation 


The Quaker Oats Foundation 


Bell Atlantic 


W. W. Grainger, Inc. 


Raytheon Company 


Loren M. Berry Foundation 


The Guardian Life Insurance Company 


Reynolds Metals Company 


Best Products Foundation 


Gulf Oil Foundation 


R J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. 


Bethlehem Steel Corporation 


The Hammermill Foundation 


Seaboard System Railroad, Inc. 


Bigelow-Sanford, Inc. 


John Hancock Life Insurance Company 


Shell Companies Foundation 


Burlington Industries Foundation 


Harris Foundation 


The Smith Kline Beckman Foundation 


Burroughs Corporation 


Hercules Incorporated 


Sovran Bank 


Burroughs Wellcome Company 


Hewlett Packard 


Sperry Corporation Foundation 


CIGNA Foundation 


Hospital Corporation of America 


Spring Mills, Inc. 


C & P Telephone 


Houston Natural Gas Foundation 


The Stanley Works 


CSX Hotels, Inc. 


ITT Corporation 


Sterling Drug, Inc. 


Canton Drop Forge 


International Business Machines 


J. P. Stevens & Company, Inc. 


Carolina Power & Light Company 


James River Corporation 


Sun Company, Inc. 


Celanese Corporation 


Jefferson Pilot Corporation 


The Superior Oil Company 


Chemical Bank 


Johnson & Higgins of Virginia 


Tenneco Incorporated 


Chessie System Railroads^ 


The Kidder Peabody Foundation 


Texaco Incorporated 


The Chesapeake Corporation Foundation 


Kimberly Clark Foundation, Inc. 


Time, Inc. 


Ciba-Geigy Corporation 


The Kiplinger Foundation 


Transway International Foundation 


Citibank 


Lincoln National Corporation 


The Travelers Insurance Company 


The Citizens & Southern Banks 


Lone Star Industries, Inc. 


Union Carbide Corporation 


Colgate Palmolive Company 


R H. Macy & Company, Inc. 


Unionmutual Charitable Foundation 


Columbia Gas System Service Corporation 


Manufacturers Hanover Foundation 


Union Pacific Corporation 


Connecticut Mutual Life 


Martin Marietta Corporation 


United States Fidelity & Guaranty 


Continental Bank Foundation 


The May Stores Foundation, Inc. 


United Technologies 


Continental Corporation Foundation 


The McGraw-Hill Foundation, Inc. 


United Telephone System 


The Continental Group Foundation 


Mellon Bank 


United Virginia Bankshares Foundation 


Crum & Forster Corporation 


Merrill Lynch & Company 


Universal Leaf Tobacco Company, Inc. 


Davis-Taylor-Forster Company 


Metropolitan Life Foundation 


Vanan 


Deluxe Check Printers Foundation 


Miiliken & Company 


Virginia Chemicals, Inc. 


Dominion Resources 


Mobil Foundation 


Wachovia Bank 


Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 


Morton Thiokol, Inc. 


Warner-Lambert Company 


The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation 


NCNB Corporation 


Wells Fargo & Company 


Foundation 


National Life Insurance Company 


Westinghouse Educational Foundation 


Durham Corporation 


National Medical Enterprises, Inc. 


Wesrvaco Foundation 


Eli Lilly & Company 


Nationwide Foundation 


The Young & Rubicam Foundation 


Equitable Life Assurance Society 


Nordson Corporation 




VFIC DESIGNATED GIFTS 


1983-84 




1984-83 




Lea Booth 




Lea Booth 




Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation 




Ruth Camp Campbe 


11 Foundation 


Craddock-Terry Foundation 




Craddock-Terry Fou 


idation 


The Lane Foundation 




J.J. Haines & Co., In 




Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 




Maurice L. Mednick 


Memorial Fund 


Maurice L. Mednick Memorial Fund 




W.S. Peebles Co., In< 




Marietta McNeill and Samuel Tate Morgar 


i Foundation 


CE. Richardson Ben 


evolent Foundation 


W.S. Peebles Co., Inc. 




James A. Scott & Soi 


l Insurance 


CE. Richardson Benevolent Foundation 




George J. and Effie 1 


.. Seay Foundation 


Taylor Brothers, Inc. (Lynchburg) 




Taylor Brothers, Inc 


(Lynchburg) 


Tenneco 




Tenneco 




E. Franklin Younger, Jr. '33 




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SCHOLARSHIP AND MEMORIAL FUNDS 1984-85 


D MAURICE ALLAN MEMORIAL LECTURESHIP FUND 


Mr. J. P McGuire Boyd '64 


Dr. Robert R Barrell '40 


Mr. James N. Boyd '58 


Dr. Clerus M. Sellers '66 


Mr. William T. Butler, Jr. '62 


Dr. Shelton H. Short HI '48 


Mr. Joseph S. Caldwell III '68 




Mr. Clarence Campbell, Jr. '35 


JAMES ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Mr. William P Carter '68 


Allen Family Reunion 


Mr. W. Kent Carter, Jr. '64 


Mr. & Mrs. C. 0. Barksdale, Sr. 


Mr Richard F. Cralle.Jr. '65 


Ms. Julia Davis Brown 


Mr. Richard A. Davis '78 


Mrs J. W. Elliott 


Mr. August A Dietz III '46 


Mrs Mary Hunter Harwood 


Mr Raymond G. Dodson '69 


Mr. & Mrs. Jesse F. Roberts, Jr. 


Mr. Richard E. English 78 


Mr Jesse F Roberts III 


Mr Lewis C. Everett '63 


Mr. & Mrs William G Whitter 


Mr. J William Ferrell IH'62 




Mr Dennis P Finger '66 


GEORGE SLOAN ARNOLD SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Mr. William C. Fitzgerald '53 


Mr. George S. Arnold 


Mr. William H. Flannagan '40 HD '76 




Mr. Charles B Fraley '52 


P. TULANE ATKINSON SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. William C French '57 


Mrs. P Tulane Atkinson (S) 


Mr. William R Gardner, Jr. '57 


Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rosen 


Miss Anita Garland (S) 


Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 


The Hon Ernest P. Gates '45 (T) 




Mr. Francis M Gilliam '22 


BERNARD E. AND EDNA B. BAIN SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. Lloyd O Goode.Jr. 70 


Mrs. Bernard E. Bain — deceased 


Mr. William H Goodwyn.Jr. '60 


Mr. Peter A Leggett '68 (T) 


Mr. Richard W. Greene 75 




Mr. William B. Hanes '63 


JOSEPH DBARKLEY AND LACEY RAWLINGS BARKLEY 


Mr. Rives S Hardy '54 


SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. Vincent D. Hardy 71 


The Rev. Lundy M. Barkley '38 


Mr. Si Mrs. H. Hirer Harris III '83 


Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 


Mr. Homer P. Hatten '40 




Mr. J Sheppard Haw III 78 (S) 


F. C BEDINGER SCHOLARSHIP 


The Hon George H. Heilig.Jr. '65 


Mrs. William C Finch 


Mr Ronald M Henry '56 


Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow P. Lipscomb 


Mr. T David Hinton '66 


Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 


Mr. John M. Hunt '31 




Mr. William A. Hunter '50 


WILLARD F. BUSS AND ETTA SAWYER HART BLISS 


The Hon. Tristram T Hyde IV '62 


AWARD 


Mr Bryce D. Jewett.Jr. '68 


Dr. & Mrs Amos Lee Laine (F) 


Mr Frederick F. Johnson '60 




Mr. Robert M. Johnson 53 


BOOKER-STEBBINS LOAN FUND 


Mr. Lanny J. Junes 74 


Mr. G. M. Wolfe 


Mr. John Archer Koch, Jr. '64 




Mr. Michael J. Krupin '69 


BRADSHAW LIBRARY FUND 


Mr. Elmer H. Lammay.Jr. '65 


Mr James W Gordon, Jr. 32 (T) 


Mr. G. Bonner Lancaster, Jr. '69 




Mr. John J. Lawson II '33 


DAVID C BRUCE SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 


Mr David R. Hummel '83 


Mr. James B Lee '68 




Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


WILLIAM CARROLL CHEWNING. JR. MEMORIAL 


Mr. Keith W. Lewis 78 


SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. James F. Lipscomb '66 


Mr. & Mrs. William C. Chewning '41 


Mr. Robert C Long, Jr. 72 




Mr. William W Lucado '50 


EDMUND MADISON CHITWOOD, JR. '43 MEMORIAL 


Mr. David F Lykins '62 


SCHOLARSHIP 


Dr. John W. Mack, Jr. '68 


Dr W. Randolph Chitwood '41 


Dr. Virgil R. May '40 


Dr W Randolph Chitwood, Jr. '68 


Dr. & Mrs. Thomas T Mayo IV (F) (S) 




Mr. DavidS. McClung II '51 


NELSON W COE II SCHOLARSHIP 


Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin, Jr. '65 


Mr. & Mrs Charles E. Coe 


Mr. Henry H. McVey III '57 




Mr. & Mrs. G Otis Mead III '56 


CRAWLEY BOOK FUND FOR AMERICAN LITERATURE 


Mr. & Mrs. James C Melvin '58 


Miss Elizabeth C Eggleston 


Dr. David H. Michal.Jr. 77 


Dr. Albert R. Gillespie '33 


Dr. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. '67 


Mrs. John C Metcalf 


Dr. James F. Nelson 73 




Lt. Col. Ralph M OHair.Jr. '39 


EDMUND BAKER DAVENPORT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. George F. Perkins '65 


Mr. J Meade Wright '51 


Mr. Thomas R. Poland '56 




Mr. Kenneth M. Pritchett '64 


GEORGE C "CHIP" FREEMAN III MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 


Col. Robert T Richmond '44 


Mr. & Mrs George C Freeman, Jr. '52 


Mr. W Cabell Rives III '55 




Mr. Philip D Rome '68 


J. STOKELEY FULTON SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Mr William J. Rue '36 


Dr Robert B. Albee '67 


Mr. J Scott Simms '61 


Mr. Ronald W Axselle '68 


Mr. John D. Simpson '25 


Mr Thomas A. Barton ,Jr. 


Mr. James H. Slaughter '61 


Mr. George C Bird '57 


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Mr. Lawrence N. Smith '59 











HAMPDF.N-SYDNEY COLLEGE 




The Hon. Robert B. Spencer, Jr. '43 


THEODORE G. OFFTERDINGER, JR. AND VIRGINIA C 


Mr. David C Stradinger '69 


WILLIAMSON SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. George Summers, Jr. '67 


Major Gordon C Nash 71 


Col. Clayton B. Tasker '41 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


Dr. J. Bruce Taylor 74 


Mr. Theodore G. Offterdinger '41 


Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. '57 




Dr. R Dean Tester '54 


HINTON BAXTER OVERCASH AND EMMA RESSLER 


Mr. Thomas L Toone '32 


OVERCASH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. A. Darden Towe '58 


Dr. Marvin W. Scott '59 


Mr. Charles C. Travis, Jr. '46 


Miss Dorothy Overcash 


Mr. Travis J. Tysinger '66 




Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63 


RICHARD C PARKER SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. James E. White 70 


Mr. Richard C Parker '81 


Mr. James L Whitlock 




Mr. Robert M. Wilson 78 


PHI BETA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTELLECTUAL 


Mr. Robert W. Woltz.Jr. 71 


EXCELLENCE IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES 




Dr. Samuel S. Jones '43 


GAMMON CUP AWARD 




Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. '50 


PHILIP MORRIS SCHOLARSHIP 




Mr. Andrew C Britton 


H HITER HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Dr. E. Forrest Jessee '48 


Mr. & Mrs. H. Hirer Harris, Jr. (T) 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 




Mr. William B. Spencer '39 


ANNA CARRINGTON HARRISON LEADERSHIP 




SCHOIARSHIP 


WILLIAM T PUGH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Mrs. Fred N. Harrison — deceased 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


Mr. Fred N. Harrison, Jr. 




Mrs. Virginia H. Spratley 


READ-LANCASTER SCHOLARSHIP FUND 




Mrs. John C Metcalf 


JAMES RIVER ECONOMICS LECTURE 




James River Corporation 


MACON REED MATH PRIZE 




Mr. Macon Reed, Jr. '31 


ALBERTS. AND VIRGINIA P.JOHNSON MEMORIAL LOAN 




FUND 


PHIUP ROPP LITERARY FUND 


Mr. Robert D. Johnson '36 


Mr. John E. Pappas '60 


LAWSON-JOHNSTON LIBRARY MEMORIAL FUND 


PHIUP ROPP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 


Dr. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. '42 


Mr. John E. Pappas '60 


Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 


Dr. Cletus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 


HAROLD G LEGGETT SCHOLARSHIP 


THOMAS PRE-MED LOAN FUND 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


Mrs. Charles W. Thomas 


JAMES BUCKNER MASSEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 


KATHERINE S. AND PAUL S. TRIBLE SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. John G. Bruce '36 


Mr. & Mrs. P. S. Trible, Sr. 


Dr. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. '45 


The Hon. Paul S. Trible, Jr. '68 


Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 




Mr. Joseph T Trotter '35 


E. LEE TRINKLE AND HELEN BALL SEXTON TRINKLE 




MEMORIAL FUND 


McGUIRE-BOYD SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. & Mrs. Lee Trinkle Lawson 


Mr. J. P. McGuire Boyd '64 


Mr. William P. Lawson 


Mr. James N. Boyd '58 


Mrs. Virginia Trinkle Quick 


Mr. Lewis C Everett '63 


Mrs. Helen Trinkle Stroud 




Mr. Elbert Lee Trinkle, Jr. '32 


LEE W. MORTON SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. James L Trinkle '50 


Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 


Mr. Thomas G Trinkle 71 




Mr. William S. Trinkle '42 


MUSIC FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Mr. WilliamS. Trinkle, Jr. 


Mr. Lester E. Andrews '36 




Brown Foundation 


WADDELL-GORDON SCHOLARSHIP 


Mrs. Florence R Givens 


Mr. James W. Gordon, Jr. '32 (T) 


Mr. J. Edwin Givens 




Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. Mezzullo 


WEAVER LIBRARY FUND 


Mr. Robert H. Penn 


Dr. Edgar N. Weaver '39 


R. E. B. Foundation 




Mrs. Mary L Sutro 


JOSEPH M. & JOSEPHINE WHITE SCHOLARSHIP FUND 




Mr. J. Shelby White '56 


WALLACE C NUNLEY SCHOLARSHIP 


Dr. Paul F. White '60 


Dr. Wallace C. Nunley '44 




Dr. Wallace C Nunley, Jr. '69 


DAVID C WILSON GREEK PRIZE 




Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 


ODK LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP 




Mr. Thomas H. Shomo '69 




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MEMORIAL GIFTS 1984-85 


- 


IN MEMORY OF ALFRED A. ADKINS, JR. '27 


Mr. Edward G. Bagley, Jr. '42 




Mrs. Alfred A. Adkins.Jr. 


Mr. Boyd P. Beall.Jr. '43 
Mr. Frederick W. Beck, Jr. '38 




IN MEMORY OF DR. & MRS. D. MAURICE ALLAN 16 


Mr. George C Bird '57 




Mr. Harrison Hancock '38 


Mr. William C Boinest '54 (T) 




Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 


Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51 (T) 
Mr. G. Grayson Boyce '63 




IN MEMORY OF P TULANE ATKINSON '07 


Mr. James N. Boyd '58 




Mr. William E. Atkinson '48 


Mr. John O Boyd, Jr. '35 




Mr. Samuel B. Chilton, Jr. '55 


Mr. J. Robert Bray '60 




Mr. Harrison Hancock '38 


Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. '56 




Mr Robert D. Johnson '36 


Dr. Lewis W. Bridgforth '61 
Mr. B.Louis Briel, Jr. '66 




IN HONOR OF MRS. ESTHER T. ATKINSON 


Mr. Scott Broaddus '61 




Mr & Mrs. Fred Rosen 


Dr. Robert T. Brumfield '34 
Mr. E. Blay Bryan '66 




IN HONOR OF MR. & MRS. P. TULANE ATKINSON, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Josiah Bunting III (S) (F) 




Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rosen 


Mr. Mark G. Burnette 76 
Mr. P. James Burton, Jr. '50 




IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH BASILONE '50 


Mr. Benjamin M. Butler '63 




Mrs. Margaret T Meinzer 


Mr. Donald Davison Cantlay 79 (S) 
Mr. William T Carden '62 




IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM P. "BUDDY'' BERRY 


Mr. Richard L Carr 73 




Mrs. Jewel Fore (S) 


Mr. Donald W. Clary '84 




Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Mayo IV (F) (S) 


Mrs. Marjorie E. Cleghorn — deceased 
Mr. Robert C Coleburn '44 




IN MEMORY OF WILLIS H. BOCOCK 1884 


Dr. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. '69 




Mrs. Elisabeth S. Bocock — deceased 


Mr. F. Andrew Cook III '83 
Dr. Phillip M. Cook '62 




IN MEMORY OF JOHN ROS BOWERS '57 


Mr. Hunter E. Craig '84 




Anonymous 


Mrs. T Edward Crawley (S) 
Mr. Walter C Crawley '36 




IN MEMORY OF BERNARD L & ELIZABETH P. BRIEL 


Mr. James E. Crinkley '29 




Mr. B. Louis Briel, Jr. '66 


Dr. John A. Cross, Jr. '54 
Mr. T. Frank Crowder '45 




IN MEMORY OF ROBERT K. BROCK 1887 


Mr. David E. Cullen.Jr. '83 




Dr. Shelton H. Short III '48 


Mr. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. '63 
Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. "72 




IN MEMORY OF DAVID P. BRUCE '84 


Mr. R. Brandt Deal 70 




Mr. Andrew Sager '84 


Dr. George D. Delo, Jr. '59 




Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Shea 


Mr. Charles M. Dietz '52 
Dr. William S. Dodson '54 




IN MEMORY OF ROBERT BRUCE & MABEL J. SETTLE 


Dr. Martin Donelson, Jr. '38 




Mr. J. Howard Settle '50 


Mr. Richard E. Douglas 70 
Mr. Robert C Douglas '69 




IN MEMORY OF FRANK M. CALDWELL '53 


Mr. Charles M. Douglass '69 




Mrs. L. C. Caldwell — deceased 


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